Two Eagles Interpretive Trail

Two Eagles Interpretive Trail
Two Eagles Interpretive Trail


Two Eagles Interpretive Hiking Trail Map

Two Eagles Interpretive Trail: Easy, Handicapped accessible, 0.25 Miles Round Trip

The site has been used by Native Americans for over 10,000 years. In the vicinity of the trail there are more than 140 stone circles. The stones were used by tribal families to hold down the edges of tipis. When they moved to their next encampment, they would simply roll the stones off and leave the rocks in place for their next visit. This is a historic site of cultural interest. The stones need to be left in place for future generations to enjoy and learn from this rich history.

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Last updated: December 6, 2022

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Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area South District Visitor Center
20 US Hwy 14A

Lovell, WY 82431


307 548-5406
(307) 548-5406 is the South District in Lovell, WY. (406) 666-9961 is the North District in Fort Smith, MT.

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