Bellyache Flats

Buffalo, Wyoming 82834

Bellyache Flats

Bellyache Flats Professional Review and Guide

"Located in the Southwestern Bighorn Mountains. The ride begins on good gravel road for the first 4.2 miles and then turns onto doubletrack for the remainder of the ride."

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The first part of the trail is a constant moderate uphill climb, with a few spots of some refreshing downhill coasting. There is a very nice view after a short, extremely steep hill, and a fun downhill ride after that. However, it would be wise to check the level of the creeks around the time of the trip. Our loop was cut short because we couldn't cross the creek about 6 miles into the loop, and we had to trek back uphill for a while before we could ride back to the beginning. If the creek isn't too flooded, it's an exceptional ride. oh, and the directions aren't very accurate, so don't follow them exactly. Overall though, a fun experience!

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Trail Information

Nearby City
700 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Technical Difficulty
Physical Difficulty
One and one-half to two and one-half hours.
The doubletrack road (Forest Road 360) is closed to motorized travel from September 20 through June 15. It can be quite muddy prior to mid-June and is best during the summer and early fall.
9,050 feet
Trailhead Elevation
9,100 feet
Top Elevation
Bighorn National Forest, 307-672-0751
Local Contacts
USGS Lake Solitude.
Local Maps

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Oct 2018