Deep Jack Trail For ATV Riding

The 23rd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Wyoming.

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Near Saratoga in the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Deep Jack Trail #412 is a 11.7 mile ATV route that heads south from the Deep Jack Trailhead.

To reach the ATV riding trailhead for the Deep Jack Trail from the intersection of SR 70 and SR 230 in Riverside/ Encampment, go west/south on SR 70 for 26 miles. Turn right onto FR 801 (Sage Creek Rd.) and go about 9 miles. Take Forest Road 830 for about 8 miles to the Deep Jack trailhead.

Note: Motorized travel is not allowed for the first segment of the trail. ATV and Dirt Bikes should go back 2.5 miles on FR 830 to FR 412 and follow FR 412 to its end. This intersects with the trail and is open to the south for motorized travel.

Overall, Deep Jack Trail is the 23rd most popular ATV riding trail of all 27 ATV trails in Wyoming. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Deep Jack Trail including Sierra Madres - Southwest, Laramie Peak Trail, Sierra Madres - CDT, Pole Mountain Range, Pipeline / Stateline Trail and Stump Hollow ORV Trail.


Local Contact(s):  Medicine Bow National Forest (307) 326-5258

Recommended Book:  "Wyoming Guide To ATV Trails" from Marc Smith

Best Season:  May - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Encampment River Campground; Hanging Bull Lodge, Encampment (307) 327-6505

Luxury Loding:  Drummonds Ranch, Laramie (307) 634-6042; Snowy Mountain Lodge (866) GO-SNOWY

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Deep Jack Trail ATV Trails Review

GPS:  41.2488, -107.1135

Date Published:  5/19/2016

Date Updated:  3/28/2018

ID:  17519

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