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Boulder Lake Trail - Trailhead Dispersed Camping


USDA Forest Service

Bridger-Teton National Forest

Located above the inlet on the east side of Boulder Lake, this trailhead offers separate parking areas for backpackers and equestrians, corrals, and toilet facilities. The trailhead is adjacent to the Boulder Lake Campground. Access is provided to the Boulder Canyon Trail and the Blueberry Lake Trail.

  • camp at least 200 feet away from lakes, creeks, and trails.
  • leash dogs in crowded areas
  • follow Leave No Trace Principles
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Boulder Lake Trail - Trailhead Dispersed Camping is located in Wyoming

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From the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, head south on United States Highway 191 (US-191) for about 12 miles, then turn left on Wyoming State Highway 353 (WY-353), after approximately 2.3 miles take a left onto Boulder Lake Road/ County Road 125 (CR-125). Follow CR-125 for approximately 7 miles where the road name changes to Boulder Lake/Forest Service Road 370780 (FS-370780) upon entering the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Follow FS-370780 for 3.3 miles and turn left onto 786 trailhead Parking Spur/FS-370786 for trailhead parking. Trail access begins East of the Boulder lake Campground. Approximate travel details from the Town of Pinedale: 24 miles, 34 minute


42.85512017548507 N
109.6209846758692 W

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