Did you know there is more than one way to Twin Springs??

From Boise:

FR#268 from Highway 21:   Sure, we all know the super awful curvy way past Arrowrock Dam. This way is the shortest distance but one of the longest roads of your life. Please take extra care and drive slow when driving FR#268 from Highway 21 all the way to the venue. There is no reason to speed and become a safety hazard. We aren’t going anywhere. DeCOMP will be there when you get there.  This road is known for its infamous washboards. Plan accordingly. Like you’re in Idaho or something. Take Highway 21 to Lucky Peak Lake. Turn right onto FR#268 immediately after you cross the bridge over Lucky Peak Lake, look for sign to Atlanta. Take FR#268 approximately 28 miles to Twin Springs. DO NOT turn left at Cottonwood, stay to the right where the road splits.

Map with FR#268 Directions

FR#327 from Highway 21: This way to Twin Springs is more miles, but it is also wider and straighter,  and not much more time. We recommend if your towing a trailer you strongly consider this route. As of 9/23/18, the local postman reports this route has as much washboard as the other route. It is still wider and straighter, but not smoother.
Take Highway 21 to Idaho City and continue past Idaho City 2 miles. Turn on Right FR#327. This is also known Granite Pass Road. Our little committee is placing some signs but basically stay on #327 all the way to FR#268. Do not stray off to Rabbit Creek or Edna Creek. These routes are currently impassable and forest road detours can be full of surprises. Turn Right on FR#268 and follow to the venue.

 Map with FR#327 Directions

The 3rd route is through Prairie Idaho. It is open range and twisty but no wash board action.
DPW gives you this link: https://binged.it/2d55zuk
Good Luck.



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Weather happens, people! It's called "nature" and it can be a big 'ol bitch.  Make sure you come prepared.