Riding Areas


Casper's top riding spots

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Alcova


A ride around Alcova Reservoir and Fremont Canyon will give riders a breathtaking view of Wyoming waterways.
 
Rating: Moderate
Surface: Dirt
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer
Trail Type: Single Track
Trail Marked: No
Paid Access: Free

Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park


Grab the kids, a picnic lunch and plan to spend the day biking around Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park. With a picturesque lake, spikes for horseshoe and some of the area’s premiere bird watching, this is a perfect way to spend a leisurely day with your family. Pay $4 Daily Use Fee at ticket gate.
 
Rating: Easy
Surface: Paved
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter
Trail Type: Paved, Single Track
Trail Marked: Yes
Paid Access: Paid

Glendo State Park


Bike through Glendo State Park for incredible views of the Glendo Reservoir. Visitors are impressed by the area’s dense and unique shrubbery as well as the wide open sky. Pay $4 Daily Use Fee at ticket gate. Click here for more information.
 
Rating: Moderate to Expert
Surface: Dirt
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer
Trail Type: Single Track
Trail Marked: Yes
Paid Access: Paid

Mike Sedar Area


Travel through town and admire residential areas as you bike near Casper College. The area is also home to the Mike Sedar BMX park with classes available, sponsored races and open tracks.
 
Rating: Easy to Moderate
Surface: Dirt
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer
Trail Type: Single Track
Trail Marked: No
Paid Access: Free

Casper Mountain Trails


The Casper Mountain Trails system (sometimes referred to as the Nordic Trails Center) is north of Beartrap Meadow on Casper Mountain and is a scenic, gentle ride for beginning mountain bikers or anyone looking to enjoy a day spent wandering the mountain. Access to the trails is free in the Spring, Summer and Fall. Winter months require a Trail Pass. Two main trails make up this growing system. Blue blazes and sign posts designate the Eadsville Trail, a popular trail for biking, hiking, running and snowshoeing. Copper blazes designate the Copper Trail, which is more popular in the Spring, Summer and Fall. Events such as the Casper Mountain Challenge utilize a combination of both trails, which intersect in several places.
 
Rating: Easy to Moderate
Surface: Dirt
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter
Trail Type: Single Track
Trail Marked: Yes
Paid Access: Varies

Platte River Trails


Cruise along the banks of the friendly North Platte River. These trails are frequently used by walkers, runners and fishermen, so be sure to yield to other user groups. Click here for more information.
 
Rating: Easy
Surface: Paved
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter
Trail Marked: Yes
Paid Access: Free

Rotary Park


Trails through this area wind around the scenic Garden Creek waterfall. Experts can try riding the Bridle Trail and climb 1,300 feet in 1.6 miles.
 
Rating: Moderate to Expert
Surface: Dirt
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer
Trail Type: Single Track
Trail Marked: Select Areas
Paid Access: Free

Squaw Creek


Explore Casper’s west side on the Squaw Creek trails beginning at Coates Road. This area consists of more than 7 miles of trails, all of which were originally made by cows.
 
Rating: Easy to Moderate
Surface: Dirt
Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer
Trail Type: Single Track Cow Trail
Trail Marked: No
Paid Access: Free

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