|Facilities: There are no facilities available at Ten Mile Ridge Trail #157.|
Best Time To Visit: Ten Mile Ridge Trail #157 is normally free of snow from late June to early October.
Accessibility: This trail is not handicap accessible.
Rules: Since many of the creeks may be dry by mid-summer, carry a day's supply of safe drinking water. The recommended amount is one gallon per person, per day. Use a water filter that will screen for Giardia or boil all water for three minutes. Good boots or hiking shoes, raingear, warm clothing, food and water, sunglasses, sunscreen, and mosquito repellent are essential. A map and compass are recommended for all cross-country travel.
Directions: To reach Ten Mile Ridge Trail #157 from Boise, travel southeast on Highway 20. Take exit 57 to Highway 21. Follow Highway 21 northeast for 67 miles to Lowman. From Lowman, drive 12 miles east of the Lowman Ranger Station on Highway 21 to Forest Road 531. Turn right onto Forest Road 531, drive over a bridge, and veer left another 0.1 miles. After an additional 0.3 miles, follow the road straight. Pass another side road and, at 1 mile, go left at the sign for Ten Mile Trail #157. There is a stock ramp at the trailhead as well as several dispersed campsites nearby.
Map: Click here for a map to Ten Mile Ridge Trail #157
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted for Ten Mile Ridge Trail #157.