The Pryor Mountains are located 50 miles east of Red Lodge and approximately 50 miles south of Billings. Visitors will find primitive trails and old mining roads that are ideal for ATV and UTV riding.
- For a detailed road map within the Pryor Mtns, please see our Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM and legend).
- Maps: Pryor Mountains Road Access Map or Pryor Mountains Area Map
The following are recreation sites in the Pryor Mountains:
- Motorized Trail 2011 (Inferno Canyon Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2013 (Graham Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2018 (Water Canyon Trail)
- Motorized Trail 20182
- Motorized Trail 2088 (Big Pryor Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2091 (Red Pryor Divide Trail)
- Motorized Trail 20918 (Gypsum Creek Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2091F (Red Pryor Ice Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2095A
- Motorized Trail 2096 (Switchback Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2492 (Bear Canyon Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2496 (Miller Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2814 (Bear Canyon Ridge Trail)
- Motorized Trail 2850 (Stockman Trail)
Learn more about the Pryor Mountains.
General InformationGeneral Notes:
The roads in the Pryor Mountains are generally poor and high clearance vehicles are advised on many of the roads. Visitors are not permitted to go off road.
The two primary access roads to the Pryor Mtns are Pryor Mountain Rd (from west) and Crooked Creek Rd (from south). Wildflowers are plentiful in the summer and the Pryor Mtn Road (Forest Road 2308) provides access to the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. To learn more about the wild horse range, please visit the BLM's site.