Winter conditions for Cache Creek Area are constantly changing due to how unpredictable the weather can be. With rapid snow melt followed by extrememly cold temperatures, roads are often hard to access and vehicles difficult to control . Cache Creek is a very popular area and we encourage all visitors to take the necessary precautions to ensure a safe trip. If it seems to risky to get access, please consider other recreational areas the Bridger-Teton has to offer.
The Cache Creek and Greater Snow King area encompasses miles and miles of trails for visitors to access minutes from their doorstep year-round. This area includes Game Creek Trailhead as well as Curtis Canyon and Flat Creek. Need to take your dog for a run? Want to get out for a quick afternoon ride on the horses? Or just need to sit and think by a quiet stream? This area offers all of this and more. Winter recreation in this area includes alpine and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing to name just a few of the winter activities available in this location. Be prepared to share the trails with a multitude of visitors as this area is incredibly popular among our local residents. Whether it be winter or summer or somewhere inbetween, there is always something you can get out and do in this area. Even with the heavy use this area receives, wildlife is abundant and includes moose, bear, mountain lion, deer and many bird species. Make sure to pay attention to your surroundings and be prepared to encounter wildlife on the trail.