Off-Roading

Off-Roading in the Beartooth Mountains

The Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness makes up 65% of the Beartooth Unit and offers a wide range of scenic landscapes and hidden treasures. There are many trails that provide access to the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, but be aware that traveling in the wilderness area comes with additional regulations.

Off-Roading in the Bighorn Mountains

Throughout the northern Bighorn Mountains, several beautiful places have been allotted for some very relaxing and enjoyable ATV riding. A ride along the Big Horn trail system provides the experience of many wonderful objects of nature. Heavily forested trails suddenly give way to large, scenic meadows with breath taking views of the mountain tops, and then, on the other side of the meadow, it’s back into the forests with the trail.

 

Use this Interactive Map to explore & map out the ATV trails in the Bighorn Mountains. For motorized vehicle regulations and maps, please consult the Forest Service.

 

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    400 S. Lucas Street, Buffalo, Wyoming  82834

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  •           Trails

    Throughout the Bighorn National Forest, several trails have been allotted for ATV use. Used in conjunction with camping and hiking trips, ATV riding can be pleasurable way to access the outdoors.

     

    Please stop by a Ranger District and pick up a copy of the Bighorn Motorized Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for roads and trails that are open to OHV use. Remember that in Wyoming you must have a current State of Wyoming ORV registration decal.

Contact GCC:
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