Named in honor of W. Averell Harriman, the Harriman Trail is an 18 mile non-motorized gravel pathway north of Ketchum, Idaho between Galena Lodge and the Sawtooth NRA Headquarters. In the summer months the Trail provides walking, biking, equestrian and scenic viewing opportunities for all ages and abilities. In winter, the Trail is groomed for Nordic skiing by the BCRD and serves as a key link for the north valley BCRD Nordic Trail system. An example of community and public agency cooperation, the BCRD began construction of the trail in 1991 with a pledge from the Mary W. Harriman Foundation. Through community support, the BCRD was able to complete the Harriman Trail in July of 2001. In partnership with the US Forest Service, the BCRD manages and maintains the Harriman Trail year-round.

For trail openings and closures, maps and trail details, visit summer trailink.

Help support the Harriman Trail and join us at The Harriman High Tea held in July each year.

Download a printable version of the summer trail map above at: 

Download a printable version of the winter trail map above at: