Bighorn National Forest

Lily Lake Loop #1 Trail

Beginning Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters)
Difficulty: Moderate
Elevation Gain: 2,400 Feet (732 Meters)
Ending Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters)
High Point: 9,200 Feet (2804 Meters)
Length: 9.0 Miles (14.5 Kilometers)
Recommended Season: Winter
Usage: Moderate
USGS Maps: Meadowlark Lake

TRAIL BEGINNING: 8,000 ft. Junction of Battle Park Road and West Tensleep Road.

TRAIL ENDING: 8,000 ft. Junction of Battle Park Road and West Tensleep Road.

HIGHEST ELEVATION: 9,200 ft.

ATTRACTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS: The shortest of the Lily Lake Loop trails rises to an elevation of 9,200 feet. This point, overlooking Warner Draw, offers an excellent view of the entire Tensleep Creek drainage, including the Cloud Peak Primitive Area, and the Big Horn Basin. The trail descends along the headwaters of South Paint Rock Creek. Intersects the Battle Park Road, which goes back to Deer Haven Lodge. Closed April 1.

Seasonal Information:
Normal Winter Season: November through March (NOTE: Closed April 1st for elk calving.) . Closed April 1st for elk calving.: November through March .

Directions

Directions from US Hwy. 16: Trail hits US Hwy. 16 at Deer Haven Lodge.