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Anybody ever stay and ride in this area. We are looking at this particular place. I just don't know the relation to any fuel sources. The Wyoming Trail system for this area states there is fuel at both ends of the trail system. What does that mean? Do I need to travel 40 miles of trail to get fuel? If anyone is familiar with the address and it's exact location, I'd really appreciate any insight on what it's like. It feels a little remote to me. I think the cabin is perfect. Just not sure on how it'll work. Thanks.
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This is a little late but we are staying in this cabin this coming weekend. Sounds like its pretty remote, from my understanding its a ride in/ride out type of place. The owner has a jeep with sno tracks on it to get in and out of the cabin, we rigged up a trailer to pull behind one of the sleds to get our gear to the cabin. There is gas within 6 miles of the cabin or at least that's what the owner is telling me. Bear Lodge is about a 35 mile ride and I know they have fuel for sure. Not sure what to expect for snow conditions, sounds like they have the same $hitty weather we have in the Midwest but they at least have a 20"-50" base just nothing fresh so it should be a lot better than garage riding...

I'll try to remember to give a full report on the cabin and location when we get back next week.
 

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This is a little late but we are staying in this cabin this coming weekend. Sounds like its pretty remote, from my understanding its a ride in/ride out type of place. The owner has a jeep with sno tracks on it to get in and out of the cabin, we rigged up a trailer to pull behind one of the sleds to get our gear to the cabin. There is gas within 6 miles of the cabin or at least that's what the owner is telling me. Bear Lodge is about a 35 mile ride and I know they have fuel for sure. Not sure what to expect for snow conditions, sounds like they have the same $hitty weather we have in the Midwest but they at least have a 20"-50" base just nothing fresh so it should be a lot better than garage riding...

I'll try to remember to give a full report on the cabin and location when we get back next week.

Great. Give the intel when you get back. Thanks.
 
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