Dry Fork Trail to Moccasin Lake and Meyers Creek Pass East Boulder Valley Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This trail in the East Boulder drainage parallels Dry Fork Creek, a perennial tributary of the East Boulder River. The Dry Fork Trail begins at the end of East Boulder Road and gains substantial elevation up to Meyers Creek Pass between the East Boulder and northwest Stillwater drainages. The pass lies on an 8,1 1 1 -foot saddle on the boundary of the Gallatin and Custer national forests, where panoramic vistas span across the remote backcountry. En route, the path leads through a scenic valley, meadows, and forests to Moccasin Lake, a beautiful oblong lake in a natural depression. The tarn is surrounded by meadows and backed by forested mountains."