Travel by Trail


Historic, Urban & Recreation Trails

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In the mid-nineteenth century, a great Western migration began as more than half a million settlers took to the Oregon, California and Mormon trails seeking a better life.

Though the trails crisscrossed the Western United States, many of the most famous routes converged near present-day Casper. Today, the remnants of these trails are fading, but their legacy survives among the modern trail systems that connect every corner of our community.

“There’s no better way to explore Casper’s finest attractions and recreational opportunities than to travel by trail.”

Paved or rugged, linear or looped, no other Western destination can claim such a unique combination of historic, urban and recreational trails. And while early settlers faced hardship at every turn, today’s visitors will find there’s no better way to explore Casper’s finest attractions and recreational opportunities than to travel by trail.

Casper Trails Snaps

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    The scenic Braille Trail area.
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Casper Trails Systems

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