Featured ATV TRAILS
North of Sundance in southeastern Wyoming in the Black Hills National Forest, the Bear Lodge Mountains have miles of forest roads open to ATV riding. The elevations range from 4,000 to 7,000 feet.
East of Alpine in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the 10 mile Trail Creek Trail is open to motorized trail vehicles from the trailhead to the summit of Elk Mountain. The route has 4,900 feet of vertical gain. There are about 3 miles (one-way) of trail open to motorized usage.
Near Clark, the Morrison Trail is a 25 mile route open to ATV riding. The Morrison Trail is a 25 mile route beginning near the Montana- Wyoming border south of Red Lodge Montana and ending near Clark, WY. The trail meanders through meadows for the first four miles and then begins a choppy ascent for the next three miles, summitting at 10,200 feet.
North of Gillette and west of Weston, the ATV Loop Trail in the Weston Hills Recreation Area is a 7 mile route open to ATV riding. It is closed to motorized vehicles from September 15 to October 20 so as not to disturb wildlife before and during the big game hunting season.
North of Rock Springs, the 38,600 acre Killpecker Sand Dunes region has dedicated over 10,000 acres open to ATV riding. It is an open riding area without designated trails. The Greater Sand Dunes ACEC is located in north central Sweetwater County.
Southwest of Lander in the Shoshone National Forest, the Petes Lake Trail is a 7.5 mile 4WD route open to ATV riding. You can actually continue another 10 miles past Petes Lake on the Shoshone Lake Trail if you feel like an extended ride.
Near Saratoga in the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Divide Peak Trail is a 15 mile route open ATV riding. The route follows a section of the Continental Divide Trail.