Trail Report & Map

Trail Report

Trail report for the weekend of June 8, 2018

Trails in Big Sky are continuing to dry out! If you venture out towards snowline, trails will still be wet and muddy so please be kind to them.

Uplands is riding well. Some new drainage was installed last weekend and it continues to dry out. Keep your eyes open as there are still a few spots that maybe a little rough.

Hummocks is riding well with only a few minor spots remaining, but please be gentle in these spots. Take a break on the newly installed benches along the way.

South Fork continues to dry and is good to go for feet and tires. Beware of one wet spot on the decent.

Little Willow Way: Clear and Dry. Check out the drainage work near the power station that was put in on National Trails Day. As always, keep your eyes open for moose in the area.

Black Diamond: Good to go! Loop it with Little Willow Way for a good early season run or morning walk with the dog.

Crail Trail: Clear and dry. Previously uneven trail sections were groomed out by volunteers last weekend, who also set the bridge across the creek.

Kircher Park Trail: Free of snow. Go enjoy the fort, but watch out for wet spots especially near the river as water levels remain high.

Ousel Falls Trail: Trail is clear of snow and ice but has a few wet sections remaining. Great time to head down and see the falls running with high water! We have installed a few benches along the way in case you would like to take a break.

*Please be aware that we have experienced erosion on a portion of the trail. Signage has been placed and traffic detoured around the damaged area. Please stay well back from the edge of erosion and we appreciate your patience as we work to limit the erosion and rebuild the trail.

Ousel Falls Road Trail: Clear and ready to go.

Lone Peak Trail & Gallatin Trail: Trails are swept and set to go for the summer. A trip down Lone Peak Trail is a great way to check out the clear water now flowing down to the Gallatin!

Ralph’s Pass:  Closed until June 15th.

Big Sky Trail Map

The Big Sky Community Organization trail map and guide includes information and directions to parks, trails, recreation, and fishing in Big Sky.

Pick up a map at the following locations:

($7 Retail)

  • Big Sky and Greater Yellowstone Welcome Center
  • Grizzly Outfitters
  • East Slope Outdoors
  • Gallatin Alpine Sports
  • Big Sky Resort
  • Brothel Bikes
BSCO Trail Map

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