Big Horn Boondocking – 3 Foot Snowfall
Posted: April 1st, 2009
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The Big Horn Mountains had between two and three feet new powder over the weekend. Off Trail Snow Base is from 40″ – 75″ and up to 70% chance of snow again this week! Come ride this boondocker heaven in vast open meadows and on 300 miles of groomed and 50 miles of ungroomed trails just awaiting you . . .
SnoWest Magazine praises the Big Horns as “one of the West’s best-kept secrets – offering solitude, scenery and GREAT SNOW!” The Big Horn Trail System is perpetually rated in the Top 15, with the nearest trailhead just 15 miles southwest of Sheridan at Red Grade Road. With 100% ‘real’, dry powder, challenges and excitement continue into April!
In addition, the mountain in our backyard offers enthusiasts a variety of outdoor adventures, including snow shoeing and snow boarding, alpine and cross-country skiing, as well as wildlife viewing as abundant as the snow. To explore area adventures, access trail maps, Snow Reports
and forecast conditions for Northern WY – North Bighorns visit
Sheridan, voted #3 Town for Outdoorsmen in America, is conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 90 in north central Wyoming, midway between Yellowstone National Park and Mount Rushmore National Monument. Sheridan is calling to you before and after your fun on the mountain . . . enjoy the nightlife in historic downtown, comfortable/reasonable lodging, fine dining, and warm western hospitality!
From Old West to Snow West – Boondocking the Big Horn’s Near
Sheridan, Wyoming – voted #3 Town for Outdoorsmen in America!
Sledders reporting great snow
Abundant scenic vistas and exciting off-trail opportunities
Hundreds of miles of trails on over 1 million acres of Big Horn National Forest
Challenging and endless riding in vast open meadows on countless miles of cross-country trails
Easy access to fresh untracked powder
If you have short skis, you will want to leave them at home
Limited crowds both on and off the trails