Bighorn National Forest

Off Road Vehicle Access in Bighorn Nat'l Forest

Lily Lake Loop #2 Trail

Beginning Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 3,800 Feet (1158 Meters) Ending Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters) High Point: 9,900 Feet (3018 Meters) Length: 20.0 Miles (32.2 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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Lily Lake Loop #3 Trail

Beginning Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 4,200 Feet (1280 Meters) Ending Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters) High Point: 10,100 Feet (3079 Meters) Length: 14.0 Miles (22.5 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. ...

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Lily Lake Loop #4 Trail

Beginning Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 4,200 Feet (1280 Meters) Ending Elevation: 8,000 Feet (2438 Meters) High Point: 10,100 Feet (3079 Meters) Length: 30.0 Miles (48.3 Kilometers) Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Meadowlark Lake TRAIL BEGINNING: 8,000 ft. Junction of Battle Park Road and West Tensleep Lake Road. TRAIL ENDING: ...

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Little Goose Area

Narrow rugged trails with some steep hills and one tricky stream crossing. Winds its way up and down hills, across open parks and through lodgepole pine stands. From the time you leave the Big Goose Road FDR 631 you can see the majestic Blacktooth Peak in the distance within ...

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Pole Creek Area

The Pole Creek Area offers nearly 11 miles of groomed trails that average from 8,200? to 8,400? in elevation. The area provides opportunities for cross-country skiers and snowshoers to explore loops, hills, ridges, and treed areas throughout the ...

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Red Grade Trail

Beginning Elevation: 5,100 Feet (1554 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 5,200 Feet (1585 Meters) Ending Elevation: 8,500 Feet (2591 Meters) High Point: 9,400 Feet (2865 Meters) Length: 30.0 Miles (48.3 Kilometers) Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Dome Lake TRAIL BEGINNING: 5,100 ft. Southwest of Sheridan,14 miles on State Hwy. 335. TRAIL ENDING: 8,500 ft. ...

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Shell Station - Antelope Butte Trail

Beginning Elevation: 7,600 Feet (2317 Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 1,600 Feet (488 Meters) Ending Elevation: 9,200 Feet (2804 Meters) High Point: 9,200 Feet (2804 Meters) Length: 3.5 Miles (5.6 Kilometers) Recommended Season: Winter Usage: Moderate USGS Maps: Granite Pass TRAIL BEGINNING: 7,600 ft. Shell Ranger Station TRAIL ENDING: 9,200 ft. Antelope Butte ATTRACTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS: The trail ...

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Sibley Lake Ski Trails

The Sibley Lake Ski Trails has approximately 15 miles of groomed trails that average from 7700? to 8400? in elevation. The system offers an interesting variety of loops and tours for all skiers. A warming hut nestled in the lodge pole and spruce forest provides skiers a sheltered opportunity ...

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West Tensleep Lake Trail

The West Lake Trail follows West Tensleep Creek from Deer Haven Lodge to the 9,100 foot West Tensleep Lake. Tyrrell Ranger Station is located at the 1.5 mile mark. The end of the snowmobile trail is a favorite debarkation point for summer users of the Cloud Peak Primitive Area. Directions Directions ...

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Willow Park Trails

Willow Park offers approximately 13 miles of groomed trails that average from 8,300? to 9,000? in elevation. The area provides prime opportunities for cross-country skiers and snowshoers to explore throughout the winter. Beginners and experts alike enjoy the loops, hills, ridges, treed areas and ...

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