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Hiking & Walking: Wyoming > Bridger-Teton National Forest > Big Piney Ranger District

Quick Facts

Jackpine Creek Trail

Beginning Elevation: 8,440 Feet (2630.9 Meters)
Difficulty: More Difficult
Elevation Gain: 1,680 Feet (523.7 Meters)
Ending Elevation: 6,760 Feet (2107.2 Meters)
Length: 5 Miles (8.33 Kilometers)
Trail Number: 122
Usage: Light
USGS Maps: Granite Falls, Doubletop Peak

Satellite and Topo Map

General Description

TRAIL BEGINS: On the Shoal Creek Trail #119 about 1/2 mile south of Shoal Creek Falls.

TRAIL ENDS: On Forest Road #30519 Jackpine summer home road about 1/4 from the entrance.

ATTRACTIONS: This trail provides access to Granite Creek drainage and good views of the Gros Ventre Range. NOTE: all of trail in Shoal Creek Wilderness Study Area.

Directions from US Hwy. 191-189, Hoback Canyon: Access Shoal Creek from either Hwy. 191-189 or from the Riling Draw entrance. Take Shoal Creek Trail #119 NW toward Shoal Creek Falls. Just below the falls take the left fork and follow the sign for Jack pine Trail.Alternately, from US Hwy. 191-189 go W of Kozy Campground about 1 1/2 miles to Granite Creek Road #30500. Go north about 6 miles to the Jackpine summer home road #30519. The trailhead is about 1/4 mile west on the summer home road, in an open meadow with a lone pine tree on the east side of the road. Not well marked. NOTE: This trail is difficult to follow and has not been inventoried completely.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Accessible: June through October .

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Hiking & Walking Jackpine Creek Trail
ICON Horseback Riding

Related Activities
Shoal Creek Trail #119 - This long, moderately difficult trail leads through mostly open country as it travels along Shoal Creek. It continues into the Jackson Ranger District where it links to several other trails.

More Information

Visitor Information:

Big Piney Ranger District, Highway 189, P.O. Box 218 , Big Piney, WY, 83113, Phone: 307-276-3375


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