Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep - Travelers approaching Grant in the cold months are very likely to have a chance to meet the herd who love to lick the winter salt from the roadway and slow down the traffic heading for the ski areas. While they appear docile, the sheep prefer a hands-off approach, though they will tolerate photographers working from inside vehicles.
||Three Mile Creek
||HK, BP, EQ
||HK, BP, EQ
||Steep Two-Track Road
||Back Country Access
TRAIL GUIDE KEY
Route Number Key (Route numbers may differ on various maps)
CR = County Road (asphalt or gravel surface suitable for passenger vehicles)
FR = Forest Road (improved dirt roads, two-track roads, and high clearance 4WD roads)
FT = Forest Trail (single track trail, includes bother motorized and non-motorized vehicles)
Suggested Use Key - Suggested uses are based on user feedback and US forest Service Travel restrictions. Road and Trail restrictions are subject to change over time.
SC = Seasonal Closure (generally between January 1st and early June of each year)
TH = Trailhead (parking area)
HK = Hiking
BP = Backpacking
MB = Mountain Biking
EQ = Equestrian or pack animal use
4WD = Highway-legal vehicles with high clearance and 4-wheel drive capability
OHV = Off-highway vehicles that are not highway legal (four-wheelers, ATVs, and dirt bikes)
MC = Motorcycles (dirt bikes)
PC = Passenger Cars
CG = Campground
Notice: Many of the roads and trails described above are closed on a seasonal basis to protect wildlife. Please respect all closures and stay on designated routes to prevent resource damage.