Beartooth Loop National Recreation Trail

Cody, Wyoming

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Located 74 miles northeast of Cody, 28 miles southwest of Red Lodge, Montana, and 41 miles east of Cooke City, Montana, in the southern Beartooth Mountains. A two-day trip along a high alpine ridge, through deep canyon meadows, and along several lakes. There is a large signboard marking the trailhead, and the trail takes off down to the left of the sign. The ending pickup point is on U.S. Highway 212 at the upper end of Long Lake, 3 miles east of Island Lake, where a sign marks the end of the Beartooth Loop Trail.

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"Located 74 miles northeast of Cody, 28 miles southwest of Red Lodge, Montana, and 41 miles east of Cooke City, Montana, in the southern Beartooth Mountains. A two-day trip along a high alpine ridge, through deep canyon meadows, and along several lakes.

There is a large signboard marking the trailhead, and the trail takes off down to the left of the sign. The ending pickup point is on U.S. Highway 212 at the upper end of Long Lake, 3 miles east of Island Lake, where a sign marks the end of the Beartooth Loop Trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Cody
Distance: 12.5
Elevation Gain: 1,350 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Local Contacts: Clarks Fork Ranger District (307) 754-7207
Local Maps: Shoshone National Forest north half map; USGS: Deep Lake
Driving Directions: Directions to Beartooth Loop National Recreation Trail

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May 2018