Big Ice Cave Picnic Area and Interpretive Site
Located about 50 miles south of Red Lodge and Billings, MT, in the Pryor Mountains, this remote interpretive site has a short walk (0.2 miles) down a steep path to a wooden platform. You can view the always present ice floor in the first room of the cave.
- Interested on how the cave was formed and why there is ice? Click here.
The Big Ice Cave Picnic Ground has 5 picnic sites for day-use only.
At a Glance
|Open Season:||5/26 – 9/6|
|Restroom:||Yes. Vault toilet|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
Accessible Facilities: Toilet
Located 37 mi east of Bridger, MT, along Pryor Mtn. Rd. Day use only.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
The short trail to the Big Ice Cave has interpretive panels on several subjects.
There are five picnic sites at Big Ice Cave.