Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming.
This route uses a combination of improved dirt/graveled and two-track roads. Riders can start either on the lower or upper end and make a loop ride, an out-and-back ride on a two-track road, or arrange a shuttle back to the vehicle. If you are planning a loop or out-and-back ride, you'll have some climbing to enjoy. Vegetation includes sagebrush, serviceberry, aspen, and limber pine. Opportunities to view pronghorn, deer, elk and raptors exist. The loop ride is approximately 30 miles, with some side trips available. The riding time is about 2 to 5 hours.
From State Highway 789 (the Baggs highway) at Dad (20 miles north of Baggs or 28 miles south of Creston Junction) head east on Carbon County Road 608 about 6 miles, turn on to BLM Road 3305. Proceed for 1/2 mile and get on BLM Road 3308 proceeding easterly about four miles. Cow Creek will be on your right. Park here and either ride up Deep Gulch on the two-track road or on BLM Road 3308. Access is also available from Rawlins on state, county, and BLM roads, but you will need the BLM maps to find your way.