Bailey Creek Trailhead

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USDA Forest Service

Bridger-Teton National Forest

The Bailey Creek trail is 9 miles long (one-way), and travels across the watershed divide to scenic Bailey Lake then continues down to the Snake River. Its source to the Snake River is designated as a national Wild and Scenic River. The trailhead for the Bailey Creek trail offers several areas for…

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Bailey Creek Trailhead is located in Wyoming

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From the Town of Alpine, Wyoming, head east on Greys River Road /Forest Service Road 10138 (FS-10138) and follow it for approximately 8 miles. Turn left at the junction getting onto The Little Greys Road/ FS-10124 and follow it for 13.2 miles. Bailey Creek Trailhead is the first left, past the turnoff for McCain Guard Station. Approximate travel details from the Town of Alpine: 21 miles, 38 minutes.


43.12240851 N
110.7100034 W

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