Play In The SnowCross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

Strap on your snowshoes or skis and enjoy winter in the Bighorn Mountains.

Escape on a pair of snowshoes or skis and enjoy the tranquility of a winter wonderland in one of Sheridan’s parks or enjoy Sibley or Cutler Ski Trails, two of the groomed trails in the Bighorns.


SIBLEY LAKE NORDIC SKI TRAIL – #558

The Sibley Lake Ski Trails consist of approximately 15 miles of groomed routes, ranging from 7700’ to 8400’ in elevations and offering a variety of loops and tours. A warming hut nestled in the lodge pole and spruce forest provides skiers a sheltered opportunity to relax, have a picnic and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Blue diamonds on the trees and directional maps posted on trail intersections ensure that the trails are well marked and easy to follow. Dogs are not permitted on the Sibley Lake Ski Trails, to protect the groomed surface.

Trail Map

Directions:
Heading west on I-90 from Sheridan, take exit 9 onto Highway 14. Head west on Highway 14, through the towns of Ranchester and Dayton and into the mountains. Parking for the trailhead is approximately 25 miles from Dayton.


CUTLER HILL NORDIC SKI TRAIL – #552

The Cutler Ski Trails consist of approximately 3 miles of packed routes that average from 8100’ to 8600’ in elevation. Blue diamonds on the trees and directional maps posted on trail intersections ensure that the trails are well marked and easy to follow. Dogs are permitted on the Cutler Ski Trails.

Directions:
Heading west on I-90 from Sheridan, take exit 9 onto Highway 14. Head west on Highway 14, through the towns of Ranchester and Dayton and into the mountains. Parking is located on the right (north) side of the road, approximately 19 miles from Dayton.

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