Spring Creek Trail For Dirt Biking

The 10th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Wyoming.

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Southwest of Afton in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the Spring Creek Trail (#27) is a heavily traveled 13 mile dirt biking route. This is one of the easier routes around with only 1,000 feet of vertical gain.

Directions from Afton: Travel south on Highway 89 about 2 miles to Wyoming State Hwy. 236. Travel west on 236 to the 4-way stop at Fairview, continue west on County Road #142 (Fairview North) for 2 blocks. Turn left on 2nd West Avenue for 2 blocks,. Continue south on County Road #144 (Fairview-Spring Creek) to the wire gate at a private residence, continue through gate to the Forest boundary (this is a public right of way through private property, it is open to motorized travel May 15 to Dec 30.)

The trail begins at the Forest boundary on the Spring Creek Road. The trail ends at the end of Caribou National Forest Spring Creek Road #221, off Caribou National Forest Elk Valley Road #147.

Overall, Spring Creek Trail is the 10th most popular dirt bike trail of all 25 dirt biking rides in Wyoming. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Spring Creek Trail including Covey Cutoff Trail, Deadman Peak Trail, North Horse Creek ORV Trail, Trail Creek and Way Trail.

Spring Creek Trail Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Bridger-Teton National Forest (307) 739-5500; Wyoming Tourism (307) 777-7777; Wyoming ATV Permits (877) 996-7275; Wyoming ATV Trail Maps (307) 777-7477.

Best Season:  Jun. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/btnf/

GPS:  42.64841, -111.02835

Date Published:  12/27/2015

Date Updated:  7/3/2016

ID:  16666

Spring Creek Trail Dirt Biking Map


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