The Grouse Mountain Trail was constructed by the City of Buffalo through an agreement with the Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service. It is a great place for those seeking challenging hills, deep creek crossings and amazing vistas. The trail was designed for mountain biking with other non-motorized uses in mind. This trail connects the City of Buffalo’s trail system to the Bighorn National Forest’s trail system. Those using the trail will find themselves in open meadows among flower covered slopes, rustling aspen groves and deep pine and spruce forests. Due to steep grades high speeds can result, please remember that others may also be on the trail so use caution and plan accordingly.
Take Hwy 16 approx. 7 miles west of Buffalo, WY and turn south onto road towards Mosier Gulch Picnic Ground.
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More Stats for Grouse Mountain Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-1,098 ft
Altitude min5,765 ft
Altitude max6,865 ft
Altitude start6,863 ft
Altitude end5,765 ft
Distance climb1,719 ft
Distance down2 miles
Distance flat897 ft
Avg reverse time00:33:17
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Jun 20, 2017 @ 5:07amJun 20, 2017
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