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Overview Service & Activities
About Dry Fork Trail (13) begins near the end of East Boulder Road 205 and parallels the Dry Fork to Dry Fork Pass. The first 4 miles of the trail follow a dirt road and traverse some private land. Nice view from the Pass. During the winter the Dry Fork area is open to snowmobilers and has a large play area. The snowmobile trail is not groomed. Length: 7.0 miles. Good condition, moderate difficulty, medium use. Trail Begins: Road 205 Trail Ends: Forest Boundary Area Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map USGS Map1: Squaw Peak Township 4S; Range 13E; Section 2
MAILING ADDRESS 5242 Highway 89 South
Livingston, MT 59047
CONTACT 406-222-1892
FAX 406-932-5777
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Dry Fork Trail is located 19 miles south of Big Timber on US Highway 298, then 10 miles east on East Boulder Road. Access is limited in spring, fall and winter due to snow.
ACTIVITIES Antelope Hunting Backcountry Camping Bird Hunting Bird Watching Bow Hunting Camping Cross-Country Skiing Deer Hunting Elk Hunting Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Motorcycling Mountain Biking Photography Picnicking Sightseeing Snowmobiling Tent Camping Upland Bird Hunting Wildlife Viewing

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