The South Hills Single Track System is great for experienced mountain bikers. There are over 40 miles of trails open to hiking, trail-running, horseback riding, dirt bike riding and mountain biking in this area on Bureau of Land Management land. Four trailheads lead to over 45 miles of varying skill level and elevation change tracks.
There’s a nice loop ride that starts at the Indian springs trailhead, directly south of Kimberly, just follow Main Street eight miles south of town, cross 2900 East, and park at the BLM trailhead on the left. You can find entry points at Dry Gulch as well as along Indian Springs Road.
Take Sweet n’ Low trail over to Lower Dry Gulch, climb Dry Gulch trail on a gentle uphill with multiple creek crossings to Matt’s trail. It’s a steep uphill climb on Matt’s to the top of the foothills. Take Lower Sugarloaf downhill to return to the trailhead. This loop is about eight miles long. Riding time is about 1.5 hours.
There are limited services in this area and visitors should come prepared. No trash, water or bathroom services provided.