Trailheads Map – Select a marker or see below for more info.

Trailheads Ordered Alphabetically by Name


Wyoming Range

McDougal Gap Trailhead

The McDougal Gap Trailhead puts hikers directly on the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail and is a major access to the central Wyoming Mountain Range. The McDougal Gap road is the only road that crosses the Wyoming Range and allows access to the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail from both the west via Sheep Creek, and east via North Cottonwood/Ryegrass Road. The [ … ] 
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Traffic: Low-use  Elevation: 8,020 Feet


Wyoming Range

Middle Piney Lake Trailhead

The Middle Piney Lake Trailhead leads to one of the most scenic areas in the Wyoming Range: upper Middle Piney Creek and Wyoming Peak. A historic lookout cabin on the summit of Wyoming Peak offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountain ranges. This trail meets up with the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail after passing a beautiful waterfall. Access road is single lane [ … ] 
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Traffic: Low-use  Elevation: 8,880 Feet


Wyoming Range

North Horse Creek Trailhead

The North Horse Creek Trailhead is popular for hiking and mountain biking in summer, and especially snowmobiling and Nordic skiing in winter. The trailhead gives access along Horse Creek and climbs the south side of the Hoback Rim dropping into the Hoback River drainage. Open park and forested slopes make this trail a pleasant ramble along the creek, with easy access [ … ] 
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Traffic: Low-use  Elevation: 7,666 Feet


Wyoming Range

North Piney Trailhead

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.
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Traffic: Low-use  Elevation: 8,160 Feet


Wyoming Range

South Piney Trailhead

The South Piney Creek Trailhead is the southernmost access point for the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail. The South Piney Creek Road is gravel in good condition and is typically snow-free from late June through September. There are no restroom or water facilities at the trailhead. This easy trail travels through a narrow, winding canyon with small hills and plenty of water available for filtration. [ … ] 
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Traffic: Low-use  Elevation: 8,209 Feet