BSCO public trails

Spruce Cone Trail

This trail is available for sponsorship! Learn more here.

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Difficulty

easy

Distance

.5 miles from start to Ousel Falls Road Trail.

Year Round Access:
Trail is groomed but can be icy in the winter. Snowshoes or traction gear recommended.

Uses: Hike, bike, snowshoe, cross country ski

Parking: Parking lot at the Big Sky Community Park off of Little Coyote Road or at the Historic Crail Ranch Museum.

Dogs: leash dogs or keep dogs under voice and sight command.

Spruce Cone Trail is an easy gravel path that meanders through the sage and connects the South Fork neighborhood trails to the Ousel Falls road trail.  Great for a quick morning stroll or an afternoon run with the dog.

This trail is available for sponsorship!

Sponsoring BSCO’s trails or our beloved, vital programs and facilities supports our community while boosting recognition for your company’s philanthropy.

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More Trails:

Black Diamond

Crail Ranch

Gallatin Canyon

Hummocks

Kircher

Little Willow Way

Lone Peak

Mountain to Meadow

Mud Creek Trail

Ousel Falls

Ralph's Pass

South Fork Loop

Tanner's Way

Uplands

Huff's Trek

Coldsmoke Out & Back

BSCO Public Trails

BSCO manages 23+ miles of trails that are all multi-use and multi-directional.

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Multi-Seasonal Use

The majority of BSCO trails are open year-round, barring any temporary seasonal hazard closures.

= Groomed or plowed during the winter.

Note: Ungroomed / plowed trails are still open & get packed down by use.

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