Woody Falls

Cooke City, Montana 59020

Woody Falls

Woody Falls Professional Review and Guide

"Woody Falls is a spectacular 150-foot, three-tiered waterfall with a pool at the base. The falls is a popular destination for the locals as well as a cross-country ski trail in the winter. The trailhead is located in downtown Cooke City. The hike begins on an old mining road that leads to the Mohawk Mine."

More Woody Falls Professional Reviews and Guides

"If you’re passing through Cooke City, don’t miss a hike to this secluded waterfall.

The whole family can manage the mile-long uphill trek that gains a quick 820 feet in elevation, Woody Falls puts on a great show that’s viewable from the lookout point at the edge of a steep gorge."

"Woody Falls is a spectacular 1 50-foot, three-tiered falls with a pool at the base. The falls is a popular destination for the locals that is located in the heart of downtown Cooke City. Woody Creek forms on the northern slope of Ram Pasture. The creek cascades 2.5 miles west to its confluence with Republic Creek, a tributary of Soda Butte Creek. This hike begins on an old mining road that leads to the Mohawk Mine, then veers off to Woody Falls. In the winter, the trail to the falls is a cross-country ski trail."

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10/10/2009
What a beautiful day...sun shining, no wind! Not much snow, only about 6 inches so we didn't need our snowshoes, just waterproof boots. Pretty easy trail, saw lots of animal tracks and the falls were partially frozen over and very pretty. It's not often that I hike a trail first in the winter? seems too early for that. I will go back in the summer and see what it looks like!
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Trail Information

Cooke City
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Accessibility
3
Distance
700 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
2 hours
Duration
Camping
Additional Use
Waterfalls
Features
USGS Cooke City
Local Maps