Mount Wagner Trail

Quick details:

Length: 9 to 10 miles

Difficulty: Hard

Trail Surface: Dirt Trail, Rough, Rocky, Loose Rock

Scenery: Wildflowers, Forest, Lake, Wildlife

Directions: From Afton, Wyoming, head south on United States Highway 89 for approximately 8.3 miles, then make left turn on Cottonwood Creek Road/County Road 153. Shortly after the Cottonwood Creek Road enters the Bridger-Teton National Forest and turns into Forest Service Road 10208 (FS-10208). Follow FS-10308 for about 6 miles and then turn right onto FS-10225 and towards Cottonwood Lake. Drive for an additional mile to access parking for Mount Wagner Trailhead.

Trail overview:

A trail for experienced hikers and not recommended for children. Trail is rocky and steep, with areas of loose rock. Trail reaches the summit of Mount Wagner. Views include a refreshing lake and beautiful mountains. Best to hike from May until end of October. Great place for swimming, horseback riding, and backpacking. Bears and Moose have been spotted by this trail.

Additional information:

Estimated hiking time: Day hike

Facilities: None

Configuration: Out and back

Exposure: Moderate Shade

Trail Traffic: Moderate

Dogs: Yes, on leash

Access Fees: Free

Gear to Take: Sunscreen, hat, bug spray, backpack, snacks, water, fishing pole, and swimsuit.

COVID19

Covid19 Requirements: As long as government regulations permit, the public trail system is still open for use. Masks should be used in areas where 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained between individuals. Extra care should be taken when using public facilities, including (but not limited to) bathrooms, public handrails, picnic areas, etc. The use of sanitation wipes and hand sanitizer is encouraged.

Our Location

Contact Us

© Afton Board of Tourism 2020       Website by Black Lavender Marketing