Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming.
The Sheep Mountain Trail is a foot/horse trail that winds up an impressive box canyon to the top of Sheep Mountain, where visitors have the freedom to explore over 25,000 acres of BLM-administered public lands.
The area provides abundant recreational activities such as hiking, horseback riding, hunting, wildlife viewing, sightseeing and shed hunting. The ample amount of BLM-administered public lands, unique settings and resources, and its location make it an excellent recreation resource.
The trail is a popular destination due to it's desirable settings and its close proximity to Buffalo Bill State Park and along the popular US Highway 14 connecting Cody to Yellowstone National Park.
Head west along US Highway 14,16,20 (The North Fork Road) out of Cody approximately 12 miles from the North and South Fork Road intersection and turn south onto County Road 6KV. From there, head south over Gibbs Bridge to the intersection of C.R. 6KV and Stagecoach Trail Road, of which you will turn back to the east. Drive approximately 1.1 miles and head south to the gravel pit. At this location, you can park your vehicle at the gravel pit on the west side of the gravel road, or drive further south to access another abandoned gravel pit located on the east side of the road. If you have a rugged high clearance vehicle, continue to drive over 0.25 mile to the kiosk.