Conditions are updated frequently and change nearly daily...
These are just some generals we know for sure.
Updated April 24, 2022
BEARS ARE OUT - TAKE YOUR BEAR SPRAY.
As of March 1, food storage regulations are in effect. All food must be stored in a locked vehicle, provided storage box, or approved food hang. Early fed bears become problem bears during the summer...
- Lake Fork/West Fork Trails:
- West Fork: Gate is closed at Wild Bill Campground. Walking, skiing is encouraged on the road above the gat
- Timberline Lake:
- Basin Lakes:
- Lake Fork: Gate is open as of April 20th.. Lots of snow in the parking lot, expect mud, snow, ice on trail.
- Beartrack: Hike-able! This is one of the first trails to melt out in the spring..
- Glacier Lake: Gate is currently closed, but will open once we get snow and mud cleared up
- Hellroaring Plateau:
- Line Creek Plateau:
- Maurice Creek/ Corral Creek: open for hiking. This is a burn area, and trails are/will be rebuilt
- Island Lake/Beartooth Lake:
- East Rosebud / Cooke City (we refuse to use "Beaten Path" as the trail name, as its just a bad nickname...) East Rosebud road is not plowed in the wintertime/ springtime.. use at your own risk. There is no cell service. Currently deep spring snow at the trailhead.
- West Rosebud:
- Stillwater - Sioux Charley. One of the earlier trails to melt out historically.. Expect Snow, Ice , Mud....
- Main Fork / Glacier Lake Road: Gate is still closed at Greenough Campground. Expect Mid May for opening
- Silver Run: Gate is closed to the upper trailhead area, on the two track road.
- Palisades /Willow/ Nichols creek. Lots of deep snow for snowshoes and skis. Grizzly and black bear activity is high on these trails right now.
- Beartooth Basin Ski Area -
- Granite Peak:
***Remember: The bears are active! Carry bear spray! Proper food storage is required ***
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