Sheepnose Trailhead (Trail #93)


Sheepnose Trailhead is the northern Forest trailhead to access the 47.3 miles of the Sundance Trails – a stacked loop system. These are mostly non-motorized trails. One may use this trail to access Sheep Mountain (overlooking the route of the Custer Expedition Route), the Sheepnose (Cole Canyon) Trail, and eventually the Sundance Trailhead and Horse Campground, and the Ogden Trailhead. The has scenic routes through birch, aspen, some of the furthest western stands of bur oak, ponderosa pine, and white spruce.

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Directions:

To access Sheepnose Trailhead from Sundance (Exit 185 of Interstate 90), travel west on US14 for approximately 0.9 miles to Crook County 63, National Forest Service Road 838. Turn north (right) and travel approximately 7 miles to just south of the Warren Peak summit. Turn right (east) on National Forest Service Road 830 traveling northeast 3.8 miles the trailhead which is on the southeast side of the road.


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  Latitude : 
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  Longitude : 
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