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Libby Creek Trail

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3.1 Miles 5.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

456' 139 m

Ascent

-592' -180 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

10,069' 3,069 m

High

9,515' 2,900 m

Low

Shared By John Marno

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Singletrack constructed for XC Skiing with some smooth flowy sections and some rocky drops.

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This is a point to point spur off of the Barber Lake Trail with an upper and a lower trailhead. Either choice results in a drop into Libby Creek Canyon and then back up and out. A great way to access Libby Falls. Most of the trail is smooth and well built, with some rocky sections where novice riders might want to get off and walk. More repetitions yield trail knowledge that are a great way to learn how to handle short technical sections.

Upper access is by starting down the Barber Lake Trail's upper trailhead at the Green Rock Picnic Area at milepost 34 on The Snowy Range Scenic Byway - Wyo 130.

Lower access is achieved by going up the Barber Lake Trail from a variety of access points.

USFS recently re-signed all of this area. Thanks to Lisa Marno for that!

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  4.0 from 1 vote

#5

in Snowy Range

#8323

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in Snowy Range

#168

in Wyoming

#8,323

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John Marno
Centennial, WY
John Marno   Centennial, WY
Libby Creek Trail was cleared last night - August 3, 2017 and is 100% ridable. Some rocky sections could use work but this trail has some sweet & flowy singletrack on both the upper rim of the canyon and lower reaches by the creek. Aug 4, 2017

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