Casper Mountain is home to dozens of recreational trails. Just minutes from the heart of the city, these trails are among the most accessible in all of Wyoming. Learn more about a few of the mountain’s key trail systems below:
BRIDLE TRAIL AT ROTARY PARK
Nearly 5 miles long and rising 1,200 feet, this rocky, rugged terrain typically takes 3 hours to complete. Restrooms, picnic tables and grills are available at the trailhead in Rotary Park. Suitable for horseback riding, hiking, cardio or endurance training. Read more about the Bridle Trail.
BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR: A stunning view of the city below.
This looped dirt trail is less than a half mile long. Designed to bring the beauty of nature to the visually impaired, the path is level and wide with rope handrails. Features braille interpretive signage and picnic areas. Accesible from Strube Loop Road. Suitable for children, bird watching, biking or photography.
COME FOR THE: Visibility-obscuring glasses you can use to simulate the experience of being visually impaired.
CASPER MOUNTAIN TRAILS CENTER
Nearly 26 miles of groomed linear, looped and lighted trails ranging from flat runs to steep inclines. Warm up or grab a bite at the main trailhead, located at the Casper Mountain Trail Center Lodge. Suitable for nordic skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, fatbiking, hiking and trail running. This is also the trailhead for popular ski, bike and running trails such as Eadsville Trail, Copper Trail, the North 40, the Dungeon and Maze Loop. Read more about the Casper Mountain Trails Center.
BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR: The famous troll stump (you’ll know it when you see it).