Trail Systems

North Bighorns

Elevation: 7,500 feet to 10,000

Season: November through April; peak season is January and February

Season temperatures: +30 degrees F to -30 degrees F.

One hundred ninty three miles of well marked and groomed trails and additional 22 miles of ungroomed trails and thousands of acres of unbroken powder meadows all off of Highways 14 & 14A as traveling over the Big Horn Mountains. Gas, food, and limited lodging are available in trail areas. Complete facilities and services in Sheridan, Greybull and Lovell with rentals available in Sheridan and at Bear Lodge. Snow depths vary from 1 to 10 feet. Several Permit Selling Agents are in the North Bighorns for your convenience.

South Bighorns

Elevation: 6,000 feet to 10000

Season: November through April; peak season is January and February

Season temperatures: +30 F to -20 F

One hundred forty-nine miles of well-marked and groomed trails and 27 miles of ungroomed but signed trails; international signage. Route closely follows U.S. 16 over the Big Horn Mountains. Gas, food and limited lodging at both ends of the trail system. Complete facilities and services available in Buffalo and Worland. Rentals available at Meadowlark Lake Lodge, South Fork Inn and Deer Haven Lodge. Snow depths average from 1 to 6 feet. There are several Permit Selling Agents in the South Bighorns for your convenience.

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