The network of OHV roads and trails on this map provide opportunities for outdoor recreation not found elsewhere. These roads and trails provide access to lakes, a historic mining district, a ghost town, breath-taking scenery, and numerous hiking trails. Much of the area you will be traveling is part of a large reclamation project designed to repair damage to the land and water caused by historic mining activity. Please be respectful of reclamation and stay on designated trails.

The map on this brochure shows the location of OHV roads and trails. Motorized travel on any trail not highlighted on this map is prohibited and subject to fine. A “Cooke City” USGS quadrangle map is

recommended. Know where you are going before you leave and let someone know your intended destination. Enjoy!


Take your rod and reel (and of course your Montana Fishing License). These trails provide close access to numerous lakes containing native cutthroat, brook, and lake trout. Lakes along the routes include: Abundance, Round, Ovis, Mutt & Jeff, Long, Star, and Goose.


Opportunities abound! Wild flowers, scenic vistas, animals, and historic ruins are all awaiting your creativity!

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