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Hiking & Walking: Wyoming > Bridger-Teton National Forest > Jackson Ranger District

Quick Facts

Bear Paw Fork Trail

Beginning Elevation: 7,600 Feet (2369.1 Meters)
Difficulty: Moderate (route finding required)
Elevation Gain: 1,440 Feet (448.9 Meters)
Ending Elevation: 9,040 Feet (2818.0 Meters)
Length: 3.3 Miles (5.5 Kilometers)
Usage: Moderate
USGS Maps: Green Mountain; Mt. Leidy




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General Description

TRAIL BEGINS: One mile up Dallas Fork Trail from its junction with Slate Creek Trail.

TRAIL ENDS: McMichael Draw

ATTRACTIONS: This trail has access to the Green Mountain area and connects with trails in Spread Creek drainage via trail down McMichael Draw. It begins 1 mile up Dallas Fork Trail from the junction with Slate Creek Trail and ends at the southern ridge where trail continues down McMichael Draw.

Directions from north of Jackson: Follow directions to the Slate Creek Trail. Follow Slate Creek trail 2 miles to Dallas Fork Trail. Bear right, following this trail another 1.5 miles to junction with Bear Paw Fork Trail.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Accessible: June through October .



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Backpacking
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking Bear Paw Fork Trail
Yes
ICON Horseback Riding
Yes
ICON Mountain Biking
Yes



Related Activities
Dallas Fork Trail - This trail accesses Slate Creek and Spread Creek Drainages. It starts 3 miles up Slate Creek Trail and ends at the South Fork of spread Creek.



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