Bighorn National Forest

Off Road Vehicle Access in Bighorn Nat'l Forest

Antelope Butte - Granite Pass Loop

Beginning Elevation: 9,000 Feet (2743 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Ending Elevation: 9,000 Feet (2743 Meters) Length: Unavailable Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Granite Pass TRAIL BEGINNING: 9,000 ft. Antelope Butte Ski Area or Granite Pass. TRAIL ENDING: 9,000 ft. Antelope Butte Ski Area or Granite Pass. ATTRACTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS: Trail is marked, packed and ...

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Antelope Butte Ski Area

Trail is marked, packed and groomed. The trail makes a loop through lodgepole pine forest and large open parks. Many open play areas are available. Avalanche danger is small. Directions Antelope Butte is located off of US Highway 14 and features two chair lifts, one beginner lift and nineteen runs. The ...

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Baby Wagon Creek Trail

This trail follows several roads through the Meadowlark burn to Baby Wagon Creek. From there, the trail winds through lodgepole pine and Engelmann spruce forests, until intersecting the East Tensleep Lake Loop in Upper Meadows. Trail then leads back to Meadowlark Lodge. Directions Directions from US Hwy. 16: Trail intersects US ...

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Big Horn Mountain Resorts

The Bighorn National Forest offers 387 miles of snowmobile trails, two downhill ski areas, and four cross-country ski trails. The Bighorn National Forest offers great powder riding as well as groomed trails for the snowmobile enthusiast. The snowmobile season is December 1 thru April 15. Snow depths and trail ...

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Burgess Junction Loop

Beginning Elevation: 7,700 Feet (2347 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 1,000 Feet (305 Meters) Ending Elevation: 7,700 Feet (2347 Meters) High Point: 8,200 Feet (2499 Meters) Length: 5.0 Miles (8.0 Kilometers) Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Skull Ridge TRAIL BEGINNING: 7,700 ft. One mile north of Arrowhead Lodge. TRAIL ENDING: 7,700 ft. One mile north ...

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Canyon Creek Trail

Difficulty: Moderate High Point: 9,400 Feet (2865 Meters) Length: 30.0 Miles (48.3 Kilometers) Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Meadowlark Lake TRAIL BEGINNING: Canyon Creek turnoff. TRAIL ENDING: High Park Lookout. ATTRACTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS: The trail follows the Canyon Creek Road to the Canyon Creek Cow Camp. It returns to High Park via ...

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Copman's Tomb

Beginning Elevation: 9,000 Feet (2743 Meters) Difficulty: Difficult Elevation Gain: 600 Feet (183 Meters) Ending Elevation: 9,600 Feet (2926 Meters) High Point: 9,600 Feet (2926 Meters) Length: 6.0 Miles (9.7 Kilometers) Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Granite Pass TRAIL BEGINNING: 9,000 ft. Granite Pass at Hunt Mountain Road. TRAIL ENDING: 9,600 ft. Copman's Tomb. ATTRACTIONS ...

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Cutler Ski Trails

The Cutler Ski Trails has approximately 3 miles of packed trails that average from 8100? to 8600? in elevation. The system was developed as an optional packed and marked system for people wanting to bring their dogs along. The Sibley Lake Ski Trails do not allow dogs along the ...

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Dry Fork Area

The Dry Fork Jeep Trail goes down through open sagebrush parks dotted with aspen patches. The last 1/2 mile winds through a lodgepole stand. The Dry Fork Ridge to the right, and the Little Horn Rim straight ahead, can be seen before reaching the timber. In late fall and ...

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Dry Fork Ridge Area

The Dry Fork Ridge Road starts up a steep hill to the ridge top, and then along the ridge itself. It crosses open parks and passes through timber patches of lodge pole and lumber pine, and later spruce and fir. The parks are grass and broad leafed plants, or ...

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East Tensleep Lake Snowmobile Route

Trail goes through the Meadowlark burn to Upper Meadows. It then rises to East Tensleep Lake, where the trail turns downhill. Shortly after going through Sitting Bull Park the trail intersects US Hwy. 16, crossing the lake, and back to Meadowlark Lodge. There are several steep pitches on this ...

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Highway 14 - Snowshoe Pass Trail

Beginning Elevation: 7,500 Feet (2286 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 900 Feet (274 Meters) Ending Elevation: 8,400 Feet (2560 Meters) Length: 2.0 Miles (3.2 Kilometers) Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Shell Reservoir TRAIL BEGINNING: 7,500 ft. US Highway 14 at the parking area of the Shell Ranger Station turnoff. TRAIL ENDING: 8,400 ft. ...

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Hunt Mountain Road Trail

The trail is marked, packed and groomed. Large bowls of excellent snow provide large play areas. Avalanche precautions should be taken in some of these bowls Directions Directions from Greybull: 40 miles east of Greybull, on US Hwy. 14 at the intersection with Hunt Mountain ...

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Hunter Snowmobile Route

TRAIL BEGINNING: At Resort. TRAIL ENDING: 9,677 ft. ATTRACTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS: There can be limited access at lower elevations to the east of Powder Pass during low snow years. NARRATIVE: Individual trails within the system are not named or numbered, but some are designated with orange diamonds. Some areas on the District ...

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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 ...

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