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*PLEASE DO NOT RELY ON GOOGLE MAPS OR OTHER GPS*

They tend to direct people to use Forest Roads that are not a safe way for most vehicles to travel.  There is also very little, if any cell phone coverage in the Bighorn Mountains.  Please take a screen grab or print directions before losing service if you are unfamiliar with the area.


 

Directions During the Summer

 

From The East (June through November)

Take the Ranchester Exit off of Highway 90 (North of Sheridan) and follow Highway 14 West to Burgess Junction. There you take a right onto Hwy 14A, and continue on for about 20 miles. Turn Right on Forest Rd 13 and follow the signs to the lodge. If you pass Forest Rd 12 or the road to the Medicine Wheel you missed us by a half mile.  

 

From the West (June through November)

Take highway 14A East out of Lovell, WY.  Go up the mountain and take a left onto Forest Rd 13 and follow the signs to the lodge. If you pass Bald Mountain Campground on the right, you have missed us by a 1/4 mile.

 

 

 

Directions During the Winter

(December through May)

 

Coming from the West (December through May) Lovell, Wy  *Only way to get pick up service from the Lodge*

Start out from Lovell, WY and take Hwy 14A East. Give us a call when you turn onto Hwy 14A so we can gauge when to pick you up if needed (it will take about 45 minutes to travel from Lovell to the Crystal Creek Rest Area at the top of the mountain). You will stay on Hwy 14A all the way up the mountain - you will see a red and white barricade arm across the right half of the road but you need to go around it and continue on your way up. When you reach the Crystal Creek Rest Area parking lot, the road from then on will be closed and snow covered. We will meet you at the Crystal Creek parking lot in our Snow Cat to drive you the remaining 4 miles to the lodge. Our pick up fee is $25 per trip and will be added to your room upon checkout. If you have trailered-in your own snowmobiles, you will be able to ride them the rest of the way to the lodge on Hwy 14A (LL trail) and take a left onto Forest Road 13 (M Trail) and we will be about a mile down on the right.

 

Coming from the East (December through May) Dayton, WY 

Use the same directions as in the Summer however you will have to park your truck at Burgess Junction as the highway is closed. It is then possible to take a snowmobile the remaining 24 miles along Highway 14A west (M trail) all the way to Forest Road 13, where you turn right and the Lodge is about one mile down on the right.

 

 

 

 

Nearby Airports

There are 3 airports within relatively close proximity to the lodge.

 

The largest airport is Billings International, and it is roughly a 2 hour and 30 minute drive to our lodge.

 

Sheridan County Airport is a good option in the summer when highway 14A is open.  The drive from Sheridan County Airport to the Lodge is only 1 hour and 15 minutes. Currently, there are 2 daily flights from Denver International Airport and both are very reasonably priced. Go to Flysheridan.com to book flights.

 

Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody, WY is another option with fewer flights however sometimes less expensive fares. The Yellowstone Regional Airport is roughly 1 hour and 45 minutes from the lodge.

 

TRANSPORT FROM BILLINGS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 

Rental Cars are typtically your best bet and most common way to reach the lodge from Billings MT.  However, there is also a shuttle service. Contact Phidippides Cody Shuttle at 866-527-6789. Rates vary so call ahead.  This option is usually more cost effective for groups of 4 or more.

 

Shipping & Mailing Address

 

Wyoming High Country Lodge

PO Box 877

1180 Lane 11 1/2

Lovell, WY 82431

 

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