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Pacific Creek Trailhead


The Pacific Creek Trailhead is located off of Highway 89/287, about 7 miles up Forest Service Road 30090. The trail is a major access point for the South Western expanse of the Teton Wilderness and intersects with many backcountry routes including Moss Lake, Whetstone, Enos, Mink Creek, Box Creek, and the Buffalo Fork trails. Along the way visitors can stop at places such Enos Lake, and further on stop to take in the Parting of the Waters Natural Landmark, near Two Ocean Plateau. Nearby the trailhead there is access to water, restrooms, hitch rails, and temporary use corrals.

At a Glance

Usage: Light
Restrictions: Food Storage and Sanitation Order No: 04-00-104
Operated By: Concessionaire

General Information


Starting from Moran, Wyoming (located 27 miles south of Yellowstone National Park’s south entrance and 19 miles north of the Town of Moose, Wyoming), head west on United States (US) Highway 26/287 for approximately 0.2 miles. Turn right onto US 89/191/287 and continue on for approximately 1 mile. Make a right onto Pacific Creek Road/Wilderness Access Road/Forest Service (FS) Road 30090, following said road for 2.2 miles. Veer left to continue on FS 30090 for approximately 6 miles. Pacific Creek Trailhead is located on the left.

Approximate travel details from Moran: 10 miles, 17 minutes.

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