Indian Trail

Scout Route
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Indian Trail runs 10.5 miles from Wyoming Highway 28 across Freak Mountains to just above Sinks Canyon. The views along the trail are breathtaking. Keep your eyes open for all kinds of wildlife. This trail has a bit of everything including multiple rocky bottomed creek crossings, steep loose rock inclines and declines, narrow sections, and many large rock and root-filled stretches. Be sure to bring a saw. A 2-mile narrow heavily wooded tends to have deadfall across the trail. Most of the trail is narrow, making it difficult to pass oncoming rigs by. Snow makes this route impassable in winter. During spring, mud makes it impassable as well. The best times to do this route is early summer to late fall. There are a few flat areas along the trail to camp, none of which have fire pits or rings. There's plenty of camping in the area along Louie Lake Road or in Sinks Canyon. Cell service is spotty at best in the area.