Little Bear Cabin Area
Rough it a little less rough in a 1938 cabin with views of the Gallatin Valley
Stands of mixed conifers surround this cabin and riding opportunities abound nearby. One of the closest riding areas to our shop. Grizzly bears, gray wolves, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, deer and mountain lions frequent the area. The cabin itself sits on a grassy knoll with panoramic views of the Bridger Range.
Novice to intermediate
Trail description and things to know for this area:
- Part of a vast network of forest service roads and trails
- No water available in the cabin
- Due to bear activity, food storage is a must
- Cell service is limited
- Pack out what you pack in — no trash service
Best Equipment for the Terrain:
ATVs, side by sides (some restrictions apply) for summer trail access
What to bring:
Camera, GoPro, drinks, lunch/snacks, sunscreen, bug repellent and sunglasses.
Rate: $250/day or $225/day with 3 days or more
One of the most exhilarating and comfortable off-road vehicles on the market. The Maverick’s longer body gives taller riders more legroom. For more experienced riders.
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