Tepee Creek

West Yellowstone, Montana (Gallatin County)

Last Updated: 07/27/2021
5 / 5 ( 3 reviews )
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Highlight: Tepee Creek
Tepee Creek Trail is located in the Custer Gallatin National Forest just 10 minutes north of West Yellowstone and outside the boundary of Yellowstone National Park. Custer Gallatin National Forest is known as one of the most ecologically diverse landscapes in the region and covers more than 3.1 million acres. Tepee Creek Trail is located just 30 minutes south of Big Sky and 10 minutes north of West Yellowstone in the Gallatin National Forest, just outside of the Yellowstone National Park border. This trail is an excellent dirt road most of the summer and provides access to hiking trails and amazing views. Since this trail is not located within Yellowstone National Park dogs are allowed to come and enjoy the forest, beautiful creeks, and amazing views too along with everyone else in the family!


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1. Trailhead Tepee Creek 986 (0 mi)
25 miles south of Big Sky and 10 miles north of West Yellowstone between mile markers 31 and 32 is the turn off for Tepee Creek. Head west here.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: West Yellowstone, Montana

Head north on Highway 191 for 10 miles. The turn for the trail will be to the left/ west side of the highway just after crossing the Grayling Creek bridge.



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Cory W

Mapping Crew - Arizona and Montana

Cory grew up traveling the logging roads outside Durango, CO with his dad for his woodcutting business and fell in love with everything about the outdoors. He's moved around a lot since then, from several rural areas of Southern California to Montana, Wyoming to Arizona, even living on a commercial gold mine in Nevada in for several years. In all these areas he has explored several thousand miles of old dirt roads and trails, as well as many old mines and ghost towns. Located in the Mohave Desert of AZ in the winter and the Madison River Valley of MT in the summer.
For individual use only, not to be shared.