The Bare Pass Road gives access to several trails in the Wyoming Range including the North Piney. Enjoy open views of the range, broad parks, easy walking, and good fishing and hunting. Due to talus and steep pitches, bike riding is a challenge. Access road is good gravel road which is typically snow-free from late June through September.
Trailhead Provides Access To
The North Piney Trailhead provides access to the central Wyoming Range including:
- Trails and/or Destinations Accessed:
- Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail
- Box Canyon Pass
- North Piney Meadows ATV Trails
- Lunch Creek
- Lakes Accessed:
- North Piney Lake
- Roaring Fork Lakes
No motorized vehicles from October 14th to July 16th. Wyoming State OHV Stickers are required for all ATV's and Dirtbikes on National Forest Lands and Trails.
Bridger-Teton National Forest Reminders
- Practice good campfire safety and make sure the fire is completely out before leaving your camping site.
- Be familiar with food storage requirements when camping.
- Organized groups and recreational livestock users are required to have a Bridger Wilderness Permit.
- Come prepared with mosquito face nets, repellent, bear spray, and first aid kit.