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

Quick Facts

Dry Creek Lake Trail

Beginning Elevation: 8,940 Feet (2786.8 Meters)
Difficulty: Most Difficult
Elevation Gain: 960 Feet (299.3 Meters)
Ending Elevation: 9,200 Feet (2867.8 Meters)
High Point: 9,550 Feet (2976.9 Meters)
Length: 4 Miles (6.67 Kilometers)
Trail Number: 182
Usage: Light
USGS Maps: Red Top Mountain




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General Description

TRAIL BEGINS: At the end of Dry Creek Road #10079.

TRAIL ENDS: At the junction with Trail Fork Trail #037 near head of Trail fork of Cottonwood Creek.

ATTRACTIONS: This trail accesses Dry Creek Lake and the scenic Salt River Range. It eventually links to the Trail Fork Trail #037.

NOTE: This trail is open to motorized trial vehicles.

Directions from Afton: Go south on Hwy. 89 about 3 miles to County Road #146 (Dry Creek). Go east to the Forest boundary, continue on Dry Creek Road #10079 to road end. The trail leads south up a slope.NOTE: Passenger cars and trailers are not recommended on the last 3 miles of the Dry Creek road (past the Old Mill site at mouth of South Fork Dry Creek).

Seasonal Information:
Normally Accessible: June through October .



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Backpacking NOTE: This trail is open to motorized trial vehicles.
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking Dry Creek Lake Trail
Yes
ICON Horseback Riding NOTE: This trail is open to motorized trial vehicles.
Yes
ICON Stock Packing
Yes
ICON Hunting
Yes
ICON Motorcycle Riding
Yes
ICON ATV Riding
Yes



Related Activities
Trail Fork Trail - The trail provides a good route to Corral Creek Lake and spectacular views of the Wyoming Range. It is open to motorized vehicles.



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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