Features: Birding — Fall Colors — Spring — Views — Wildflowers — Wildlife
The Buffalo Gap Trail is the Maah Daah Hey
Trail bypass around the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park (TRNP), where mountain bikes are not allowed. The trail is used by mountain bikers, hikers, and horseback riders. The trail crosses Knutson Creek with a hardened low water crossing, long rolling grasslands areas, and rugged badlands. The trail can be accessed from Sully Creek State Park and the Maah Daah Hey
Trail by running the Maah Daah Hey
trail approximately 2 miles northwest to the junction with the Buffalo Gap Trail. The trail may also be accessed from the U.S. Forest Service Buffalo Gap Campground and Buffalo Gap Campground Trail
. Take the Buffalo Gap Campground Trail
approximately 1.3 miles to the junction with the Buffalo Gap Trail and then go north or south on the trail. The trail may also be accessed on the north end via the Maah Daah Hey
just north of the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Antelope, mule and white-tailed deer, pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse, wild turkey, grassland birds, and grassland flowers.