This ain’t no muffin ride


After climbing Galena Pass, this muffin was absolutely incredible. The climb was approx 5 miles and 3500 vertical feet, and offered some of the most sweeping and spectacular views I have encountered on a bike. Certainly the most rewarding summit of this trip. The best part was the 25 mile, 2200 foot descent from here down to Ketchum.

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