The Hole-in-the-Wall is located on federal land admistered by the Bureau of Land Management approximately 40 miles southwest of Kaycee, and is accessible on foot. From Interstate 25 south, take the TTT Road Exit. Drive south about 14 miles to Willow Creek Road (County Road 111). Drive west on Willow Creek Road about 18 miles to a primitive two-track road, County Road 105, which bears north. There are a number of livestock gates that must be opened and closed. The access road terminates at the Hole-in-the-Wall parking lot and trailhead. A hiking trail to the "Hole" is about two and a half miles long on uneven terrain. Stay on the BLM trail, which runs adjacent to private property.