Bighorn Canyon has approximately:
Hiking is a great way to experience Bighorn Canyon. These trails offer varying sights and tranquil settings to better explore the natural diversity the park has to offer. Some trails go through historic ranches while others take visitors to scenic vistas. The trail system is a wonderful way to extend your visit and make it truly unique.
A new Trail and Access Plan is currently out for public comment. To learn more click on the following link:
Maps and other information will be available for comments at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/BighornTrailsPlan.
Comments can also be mailed to:
Bighorn Canyon NRA
20 HWY 14 A East
Lovell, WY 82431
Trail Safety and Tips
Enjoy your hike and remember to stop and look around occasionally. Sometimes the best views are behind you.
Did You Know?
Prior to the completion of Yellowtail Dam, the Bighorn River was a muddy, warm water prairie stream. The dam transformed the river into a cold, clear tailwater ideally suited to rainbow and brown trout, and aquatic insects. The Bighorn River now draws visitors and anglers from around the globe. More...