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Hiking & Walking: Wyoming > Bridger-Teton National Forest > Greys Rivers Ranger District

Quick Facts

Gomm Hollow Trail

Beginning Elevation: 7,280 Feet (2269.3 Meters)
Difficulty: Most Difficult
Elevation Gain: 4,360 Feet (1359.1 Meters)
Ending Elevation: 7,040 Feet (2194.5 Meters)
High Point: 9,340 Feet (2911.5 Meters)
Length: 4 Miles (6.67 Kilometers)
Trail Number: 036
Usage: Light
USGS Maps: Red Top Mountain

Satellite and Topo Map

General Description

TRAIL BEGINS: At the mouth of Gomm Hollow on Dry Creek Road #10079.

TRAIL ENDS: At the junction with Swift Creek Trail #035, 1 mile east of Swift Creek Trailhead.

ATTRACTIONS: The scenic Salt River Range and geologic features near Periodic Spring.

NOTE: Trail is extremely steep and poorly marked with scattered blazes. It is difficult to find at both ends.

Directions from Afton: Go south on Hwy. 89 about 3 miles to County Road 146/Forest Road 10079 (Dry Creek). Travel east from Hwy. 89, about 4.5 miles beyond the Forest boundary to mouth of Gomm Hollow. The trail leads north up east side of draw.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Accessible: June through October .

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Backpacking
ICON Hiking & Walking Gomm Hollow Trail
ICON Horseback Riding
ICON Stock Packing
ICON Hunting

Related Activities
Cottonwood Creek Road - This road leads up Cottonwood Creek, east of Smoot, to Cottonwood Lake.

Cottonwood Lake Campground - Cottonwood Lake Campground has 17 campsites. It is located at Cottonwood Lake, which sits east of Smoot and southeast of Afton.

Swift Creek Road - This road, just east of Afton, accesses interesting geologic formations, a campground, Periodic Spring, picnic areas, and trails.

Swift Creek Trail - This trail leads up Swift Creek into the scenic Salt River Range. It accesses the viewpoint of Periodic Spring, about 3/4 mile up trail.

More Information

Visitor Information:

Greys River Ranger District, 125 Washington, P.O. Box 338 , Afton, WY, 83110, Phone: 307-886-3166


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