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Straight creek Trailhead

The Straight Creek Trailhead is located off the Middle Piney Road and provides access to both the Straight Creek and Long Hollow Trails. Straight Creek Trail connects with the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail just below Mt. Coffin, and the Long Hollow Trails takes visitors over to North Piney Lake. These trails are open to foot, mountain bike and stock users.


From the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming, head west on Wyoming State Highway 350 (WY 350). Continue on WY 350 for approximately 10 miles (at this point WY 350 transitions into County Road 111/ Middle Piney Road). Continue on County Road 111/Middle Piney Road for an additional 10 miles where you will then enter the Bridger-Teton National Forest (the road name changes again to Forest Service Road (FS) 10046/Wyoming Range Road). Follow FS 10046 for approximately 2 miles and Veer left at the fork onto FS 10024/Middle Piney Lake Road. After 0.75 miles the road forks again, bear right onto FS 10054/Straight Creek Road and drive for approximately 1.5 mile. Parking for Straight Creek Trailhead is located just off the road to the right. Starting from the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming, head west on State Highway 350 (WY-350). Continue on WY-350 for approximately 8 miles, where the road then turns into Middle Piney Road. Keep going straight on this road for 10 miles, the road name will change to National Forest Road 46 (NF-46), follow this road for 8 miles, bearing left on Middle Piney Lake Road, where you will finish at Straight Creek Trailhead on the right.

Approximate travel details from the Town of Big Piney: 24 miles, 39 minutes.

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