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. The trail crosses the creek many times. Be alert for trail blazes, which are infrequent.
Maps are recommended for this area!
Trailhead Provides Access To
South Piney Trailhead provides access to the southern Wyoming Mountain Range including:
- Trails and/or Destinations Accessed:
- Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail
- South Piney Creek
- North Fork of the South Piney Creek Trail
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.
- Mountain Range
The South Piney Trailhead is located at the end of Forest Road 10129, and is the southern-most access point for the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail.
June thru September
- Traffic Usage
- Official Forest Service Link
- Managing Ranger District