Reanus Cone Trail Part 1

Total Miles


1,206.91 ft


0.75 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The Reanus Cone Trails are winding single tracks that lead through the mixed pine of the Custer National Forest to a couple of immense meadows. In these high meadows, you might see Wild Turkeys, a Prairie Dog or two, and Mule Deer along your way. This relaxing drive has a few mud holes, but no obstacles over 12. At the summit, you'll pass the Reanus Cone, a cone-shaped geological feature, with beautiful views in every direction.

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Reanus Cone Trail Part 1
Reanus Cone Trail Part 1
Reanus Cone Trail Part 1


Dirt or rocky road, typically unmaintained after rain or snow.


The Reanus Cone is a geological feature in Powder River County, MT, with an elevation of 4035 ft above sea level.

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Access Description

Turn South from MT Highway 212 onto FSR 484/Otter Creek Road. Proceed roughly 25 miles South to a well-marked sign that directs you toward Reanus Cone.

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