South piney Trailhead
The South Piney Trailhead is located at the end of Forest Road 10129, and is the southern-most access point for the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail. The South piney Trailhead not only provides access to the Wyoming Range Trail, but also to the South Piney Creek Trail and the North Fork of the South Piney Creek trail. These trails provide for challenging hikes, quality big game hunting, and scenic views.
From the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming, head west on Wyoming State Highway 350 (WY 350). Continue on WY 350 for approximately 10 miles, then make a left turn on South Piney Fish Creek Road/County Road 23-142. Follow South Piney Fish Creek Road/County Road 23-142 for approximately 10 miles where you will then enter the Bridger-Teton National Forest (the road name then changes to South Piney Creek/Forest Service (FS) Road 10128). Follow FS 10128 for approximately 2 miles and veer left at the fork to stay on FS 10128. Drive for approximately 0.6 miles before approaching a second fork and take a right on FS 10129. Drive a half mile down FS 10129 and bear left to stay on FS 10129. Follow FS 10129 for an additional 2.4 miles to access South Piney Trailhead at the end of the road. South Piney Trailhead on the right. Note: High clearance vehicles recommended on portions of the road.
Approximate Travel details from the Town of Big Piney: 26 miles, 42 minutes.