McCall cabin rentals are the perfect lodging options while visiting the small city of McCall famous for skiing and biking. McCall is basically a resort city located at the western border of Valley County in Idaho. It has a small population of above 2000 inhabitants and derives its name from Tom McCall. The city is actually located near Payette Lake and Payette National Forest. McCall experiences the highest average snowfall in Idaho and hence is quite famous for outdoor activities and Winter Carnival. McCall is a skiers' and bikers' paradise and living in one of the McCall vacation homes will provide you easy access to the outdoor activities.
Begin Your Journey from Ruby Meadows
This trail offers wonderful scenic views and you will have to pass through forests along the way. However, this trail is not for the beginner, advanced skill is required to bike this terrain. When you begin the journey, you will have to cross Willow Basket Creek trail and arrive near the Loon Lake. Here you will find a single track leading to Chinook Campground. You will be able to ride through the campground before taking the dirt road for biking back to the starting point. There is an additional short trail between Loon Lake and Chinook Campground.
Enjoy Biking at Rapid River Trail
This is an out and out single track trail and is only meant for bikers with advanced skill levels. Start from the fish hatchery and ride about half a mile and take left from there where after riding for 1 mile you will have to cross a bridge, which is wooden. After riding for another 3.8 miles, you will cross the other bridge. The trail from here on becomes literally tough for the bikers. Enjoy going up and down and have fun.
Hit the Payette Lake Loop
This trail is a mixture of paved and dirt roads. The elevation is not much and hence can be traveled by all kinds of bikers, be it beginners or experts. Travel this route on a nice day by beginning the journey from Warren Wagon Road. Drive for about 8 miles on this road and you will arrive at the boat launching area of North Beach. Take some rest and again start and reach at crossroads with East Side Road. From here take a right and drive over the North Fork Creek where you will find a dirt road which takes you back to McCall.
Feel the Excitement at Bear Pete Trail
Begin your journey from Cloochman Saddle along the single track of Bear Pete Trail. For about 3.5 miles you will have to ride up steep slopes and arrive at Josephine Lake. From here, ride for about 6 miles of up and down ridges and reach Bear Pete Mountain. From here you can ride down towards the Pete Creek if you are willing or go right. After you arrive at the creek, you will land up in a marshy area from where you will hit a dirt road towards the eastern side. Take a right and arrive at the hot springs.
McCall cabin rentals will provide easy access to these trails. Vamoose.com brings you rental listings which you can sort out by price, amenities and location.