Red Mountain / Deep Jack Trail For ATV Riding

The 27th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Wyoming.

  Medicine Bow Forest, Wyoming, US


  September 17, 2018

West of Encampment in the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Red Mountain / Deep Jack Trail #412 is a 9.4 mile segment of the Continental Divide Trail that is open to ATV riding. The trail is marked with rock cairns, posts, blue and white Continental Divide National Scenic Trail signs, and tree blazes. Motorized vehicles are not allowed from the Deep Jack trailhead to the junction with NFSR 412.

To reach the ATV riding trailhead for the Red Mountain / Deep Jack Trail:

#1: Take Wyoming Highway 70 for 12 miles west of Encampment. The Red Mountain trailhead is located on Battle Pass follow the Continental Divide trail signs.

#2: Follow Forest Road 801 from Highway 70 about 9 miles. Take Forest Road 830 for about 8 miles to the Deep Jack trailhead.

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

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

Best Season:  June - 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

GPS:  41.1554, -106.9817

Date Published:  5/19/2016

Date Updated:  9/17/2018

ID:  17561

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