Rally In The Pines Guided Rides:
Rally In The Pines offers guided rides with a ride leader to beautiful scenic locations. All of the rides are full day rides. Due to a change in the US Forest Service policy, the registration fee for guided rides is slightly higher. Registration for everyone taking guided rides is $109 per adult. This includes up to two guided rides during the rally. (There is no discount for only one day of guided rides.)
Please note: The Rally Lunch Rides are NOT considered guided rides.

Most of the roads and trails in the area have some switchbacks and drop offs. None of the rides in the area are for beginners or for people who may be on medication that makes them dizzy or drowsy or have any other physical handicaps that impair their being able to control their machine at all times. The wearing of helmets is greatly encouraged. Having under body protection on your Side X Side is a very good idea!
This is the Rocky Mountains!
No one 17 years of age or younger is permitted to drive on rides. Pick Your Adventure!

Scenic Rides: These rides are at a slower pace and have many stops along the way for photo opportunities. Great rides for anyone who wants to take in all the beauty of the area.

Skilled Scenic Rides: This is our most popular category. These rides will require driving skill to complete. They are longer rides and many of the roads and trails will have some rocky or rutted areas.

Challenge Rides: Not only a beautiful ride, but there will be places along the way that will require technical driving skills. Experienced riders only please.


Trailered Rides, Non-Trailered Rides & Police Escorted Rides
Police Escort Rides leave right from Rally Park
The Rally In The Pines Guided Rides are non- trailered rides, non-trailered Police escorted rides and a few trailered rides. The non-trailered rides and police escorted rides are for those who can not or do not wish to trailer to a trail head for their ride. Some of these rides can have up to 20 miles of state, county or BLM roads that you must travel in your SXS or ATV before you arrive at the trail head for the ride. Please see ride descriptions.
Trailered rides start right where the ride should start and has little to no pavement.

A big Thank You to our Trail Guide Sponsor for 2017!
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A big Thank You the Official Radio of Rally In The Pines!
Rugged Radios has provided radios for all of our Guided Ride, Trail Guides and Tail Gunners. If you would like to be in communications with your Trail Guide during your group ride, make sure to bring your Rugged Radio with you to Rally In The Pines.
Don't have a Rugged Radio? No worries, visit the Rugged Radio booth at Rally In The Pines for fantastic deals on all Rugged Radios!

Many Great Guided Rides To Choose From:

Mine Hill Loop Ride

Scenic Ride
No width restrictions
Ride leaves from Rally Park.

The Mine Hill Loop Ride takes you for an adventure into the past. You can ride and explore the mining heritage and ghost towns of the area. This is an easy scenic ride with lot's of stops to explore and photo opportunities. A local expert on the area is the group ride leader and gives an interesting look into our western history. Appox a 40 mile round trip.

Bear Creek Summit Ridexxx
Scenic Ride
Police Escort.
No width restrictions

This ride takes you on an appox 85 mile loop as you ascend over two mountain passes. Breathtaking scenery. Many rivers, and streams are along the way. This is an easy ride, but it does have mountain switchbacks and rocky areas. You will visit a small mining ghost town along the way.
Recommended for SXS and larger ATV's.

Wildhorse Scenic Ride
Scenic Ride
Ride leaves from Rally Park with the Police escort.
No width restrictions

This ride takes you over the top of the Copper Basin and into a beautiful mountainous area. Peaks tower above you and you will have lunch next to the Wildhorse waterfall. This area is up for wilderness designation, so we are happy to still be able to offer this ride. Appox a 85 mile round trip.


The Needles Ride
Skilled Scenic Ride
Ride leaves from Rally Park.
No width restrictions

Ride right from Rally Park. This ride takes you south of Mackay. The ride is 110 miles. 20 miles of it each way is on good gravel county roads. That is how we can make this an non-trailered ride. We will clip along at the speed limit during those 20 miles. The loop over The Needles is for skilled drivers and is optional. The Needles are beautiful geological formations. Then go into some beautiful mountainous areas with high mountain streams. During the lunch stop by the river, there are trails you can drive on your own.
Bring extra gas. Recommended for SXS and larger ATV's.

Long Lost Creek Ride
Skilled Scenic Ride
No width restrictions

Ride leaves from Rally Park.

Ride right from Rally Park and this ride takes you to the backside of the mountains to one of the most beautiful places on Earth. The first part of the ride is 30 miles up over a mountain pass and on the BLM roads on the back side of the mountain range. Through the flat sagebrush area we will be traveling the speed limit with few stops. Then you will turn and descend into a mountainous corridor with steep mountains on three sides. A mountain stream parallels us most of the way. Absolutely breathtaking. We are happy to still be able to offer this ride.This might be the last year we can offer this ride. This area is proposed wilderness and we may be closed.
This is a full days ride. 93 miles round trip.

Swiss Alps Ride
Skilled Scenic Ride

Trailered ride.
No width restrictions

This is the most beautiful ride we offer at Rally In The Pines. If you can trailer, don't miss this ride.
You will ride into the backside of the tallest peaks in Idaho. Lunch by a beautiful cascading mountain river and be surrounded by the majesty of the Rocky Mountains.
You trailer 20 miles to the trail head. Ride is appox 60 miles.


Challenge Rides

The Rides Below Are For Experienced Drivers Only. In addition to our challenge rides, we will have maps to
challenge areas available for anyone interested.
These are not part of Rally In The Pines and if you decide to go and
ride these areas, you are riding at your own risk.

On challenge rides we recommend that your Side X Side be equipped with some type of under body protection.




Arco Pass / Wood Canyon Ride
Challenge Ride
Ride From Rally Park.
Width restriction 65 inches .

You will climb to the top of mountain peaks and passes. Ride across mountain ridges and into deep pine tree forest canyons. Beautiful views. There are areas where the trail narrows and winds through thick forests. You will have an occasional pine tree limb brush against your machine as you maneuver through these wooded areas. Some loose rocks and shale on steep switch backs and on mountain descents. Ride is approx a 100 mile round trip. (To make this a non-trailered ride, you will ride appox 20 miles to the trail head on county roads.)

Little Rock Falls Ridexxxxxxxxxxxxx
Challenge Ride
Trailered ride.
No width restriction

You will need to trailer 25 miles to the parking area.
Much of this ride is a scenic ride with some skilled and challenge areas. A few places along the trail are quite challenging and will require good driving experience. There are a few rocky areas with drop offs that you must negotiate. This is a fantastic ride and offers a lot of diverse country. You will be riding into a valley with waterfalls from the tops of the mountains, to the valley floor and you will visit a little waterfall right along the trail. After the challenge area, you will ride into the backside of the Wildhorse Mountains. Ride appox 80 miles.


Two of the above Guided Rides are included with your registration.
In addition, please choose one Lunch Ride for either Friday or Saturday,
or you can choose Lunch Rides for both days!

Each Lunch Ride will have optional side trips. There will be Scenic, Skilled Scenic and Challenge Ride side trips that you can ride before or after you go to the lunch.
All of the side trips are near the lunch area and maps and coordinates will be provided.

Rally Lunch Rides

There will be two Rally Lunch Rides for 2017 at two different locations.
One on Friday and one on Saturday.
The Friday Lunch Ride is at beautiful Mammoth Canyon. This Lunch
Ride will have optional side trips that are west of Mackay for your riding enjoyment. And live entertainment by Acoustic Reflections.
The Saturday Lunch Ride will have lunch on a mountain summit pass, the Loristica Campground, with a large campfire and buffalo burgers. There will be optional side trips east of Mackay for your riding pleasure that you can ride before or after lunch.
Both Lunch Rides leaves right from Rally Park and will have buffalo burgers with all the fixins', chips, cookies and a drink.
The lunch will be served between 11:30am and 2:30pm each day.
The ride and the lunch are included with your registration.
Make sure to check the box for the Rally Lunch Ride
when you register and join us for one Lunch Ride or for both!

Space is limited.



Haunted Ghost Town Night Ride
on the Mine Hill

Ride At Your Own Pace
Skilled Scenic Ride

Ride leaves right from Rally Park
On Saturday night during the rally, join in on this self-guided ride that will take you on a scenic spookie adventure around the Mine Hill Loop. Ride at your own pace as you follow the haunted trail where ghosts and goblins will be watching you!
Along this haunted trail, you will stop and visit many old historic sites at the ghost towns. This is where there will be a few scares, fun and refreshments will be served.
The Haunted Mine Hill Night Ride is only on Saturday night, July 8th, 2017.
No special lights are required for this ride, but they sure are sweet!
Space is limited!
If you would like to go on the Haunted Ghost Town Night Ride, please make sure to check the box for this ride when you register and join the fun!
Space is limited!

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