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This is an historic route that connects Fish Creek drainage and the east side of divide.

Trail Begins: north Fork of Fish Creek at the mouth of Packsaddle Creek

TRAIL ENDS: The Bridger-Teton National Forest portion of the trail ends at the Continental Divide at Sheridan Pass. The Sheridan Trail continues east into the Shoshone National Forest.

ATTRACTIONS: This is an historic route that connects Fish Creek drainage and the east side of divide.

Directions: From Jackson, Follow Hwy. 191 north and make a right on Gros Ventre Road. Follow Gros Ventre Road east past the bridge over the river at Upper Slide Lake to Gunsight Pass junction. Bear right and follow main road into Cottonwood Creek drainage. Bear left at Cottonwood Creek/Fish Creek junction and follow jeep road along Cottonwood Creek roughly 2 miles to fork leading up over ridge to the east. Continue on this road over ridge and down into the Fish Creek drainage. Packsaddle Creek comes in about three miles above the forks of Fish Creek.

Elevation: 7,880 feet

Ending Elevation: 9,245 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,365 feet

Distance: 12 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming


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