Meyers Creek Trail (# 27)

  

Meyers Creek Trail (# 27) is 4.5 miles long. This is a primitive unsurfaced trail open to motorcycles, mountain bikes, horseback riding, and hiking. Please refer to the Beartooth Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for trail location and additional user information.

Distance to:

  • Pass Creek Trail No.88 junction:              1.2 miles
  • Yellowstone Rang. Dist. boundary:          4.5 miles

*Motorcycles are allowed on the Meyers Creek Trail, but not on the Pass Creek Trail or other connecting trails.

Directions from Beartooth Ranger District office:
Drive north on US Hwy 212 towards Red Lodge for two miles. Turn left (west) onto MT-78. Drive 30 miles and turn left (west) onto MT-419. Drive 20.4 miles and turn right (north) to stay on MT-419. Drive 0.9 miles and turn left (west) on Limestone Rd. Drive 4.7 miles and bear right onto Meyers Creek Rd. After 1.9 miles turn left towards Meyers Creek cabin. Drive to the trailhead.

Ample parking is at the trailhead for cars and horse trailers. There is a vault toilet at trailhead.

At a Glance

Open Season: June 15

Activities


Bicycling

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Hiking

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Horse Riding & Camping

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