Bearlodge Trail System
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Bearlodge Trail System


Page Type: Area/Bike Park

Location: Wyoming, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 44.42600°N / 104.42634°W

Trail Type: Cross Country, Mountain

Season: Spring, Summer, Fall


Page By: haroow

Created/Edited: Nov 28, 2007 / Apr 16, 2008

Object ID: 264855

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The Bearlodge trail system is multi-ability trail system. It has more than 50 miles of singletrack, within the Bearlodge Ranger District of the Black Hills National Forest of Northeast Wyoming. This system is a well connected loop system that allows riders to traverse aspen groves, pine stands, oak groves, and the variety of high desert to prairies undergrowth.

It is known as one of the most beautiful areas of the Black Hills also can be the most challenging.

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Getting There

The Bearlodge System can be accessed by traveling to Sundance, Wy, via these Highways Hwy 14, Hwy 585, an I-90 E or W.

As you enter Sundance go to the Bearlodge Ranger District Office at 21st Street and Hwy 14. Hwy 14 travels though the center of town; so as long as your on Hwy 14 you are not lost. Paper Maps are available there.

Two well kept TH's are at either end of the trail system. The Sundance Trail Head which is 1/2 mile East of the Ranger Station and go 3 miles north on Government Valley rd. It is signed by the USFS.

The other is the Reuter TH is 7-8 miles Northwest of Sundance. Take 14 West to the west end of town, heading towards Devils Tower, about 2 miles west there is a paved road,( across from a cell tower) It will be on the right. Take this and follow the signs. You will enter the National Forest and the Parking area is above the Reuter campground.


Bearlodge Mtn Classic

See website for Details.

External Links

An IMBA affiliated non profit trail and Mtn Bike advocacy group.

2 links to the National Forest


Camping is available at Reuter Campground, The Sundance Campground ( more Horse oriented. Cook Lake Campground ( another 6-7 mile trail there),as well Mountain View Campground at Government Valley Rd, (showers,lawn, and pool)

Local Bike Shops

These shops are frequented by most riders on daily or weekly basis in alphabetical order.

ACME Bicycles- Contact Tim

Deadwood Cycles- Contact Tony

Rushmore Mtn Sports- Contact Jesse or Petra

Scheels in Rapid City,Sd

Two Wheeler Dealer located in Rapid City and Spearfish Sd

The Bicycle Shop- Gillette Wy

All Pro Cyclery- Gillette Wy-Contact Chris

If we left anyone out, Email me and I'll add you..