Total Miles


3,018.98 ft


2 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This route is a steep scenic climb from the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains to near the top of Hunt Mountain which sits 10,000 feet above sea level. At various points on the road, you can see across the Bighorn Basin as you pass through forested areas. As you near the top, you get above the trees into open Mountain meadows.


The road has some very steep sections, and has a few rocky areas and one small rock ledge. There are also several washes which are fairly easy to navigate but some are deep. It can be muddy, especially at the top where snow lingers well into the summer months.

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Access Description

Take Beaver Creek Road off Highway 14 until you get to the intersection with FSR 213 - Dugway Road. There is an unloading spot where you can park a trailer about 600 yards before the intersection.

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