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If you possess power, finesse and a love of snow, you may also have the soul of a fatbiker. And you’re in luck, because Casper is among the region’s top destinations for this growing sport. Whether you’re looking for endurance training or just enjoy a challenge, riding the snowy terrain of Casper Mountain will satisfy your sense of adventure while testing your lungs and legs. Fatbiking isn’t just for bike people.

Fatbiking isn’t just for bike people.

The stability of the larger tires means that skiers, snowboarders and showshoers can all feel at home on two wheels. And since temperatures and surface conditions can change dramatically and quickly, it’s possible to feel like you’ve been on three different courses all within a single ride.
Casper Mountain’s Eadsville Trail is accessible from the Skunk Hollow parking lot and features some of the best winter riding in the area. Groomed, marked
and well-maintained, this 5-mile trail
is ideal for both experts and beginners.

Experienced riders will appreciate the
natural jumps and tight corners while beginners can build confidence on the wide main roads near the trail head. Markers along this stretch are reflective, making this course a fantastic option for a headlamp excursion too.
With trails located just minutes from downtown, fatbiking on Casper Mountain can be squeezed into any itinerary. Get started by renting a fatbike from a local bike shop, or head to for tips and friendly advice that will have you plowing through powder in no time. For a list of rentals.

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When you’re the type of mountain biker who considers the best rides are the ones off the beaten trail, you’ve found your next mountain bike destination — Casper, the mountain town for the wild at heart. Whether your ride takes you into secluded mountains with countless single track trails, over premiere, groomed Fatbiking paths or onto uncrowded in-town courses underneath the wide open Wyoming sky, biking is a little different here. On our trails, you won’t find many rules, people or crowds. But you will find diverse trails for all abilities that are close to town and a friendly, welcoming biking community. Find out just how far you can push your bike and your limits. The wild at heart bike Casper.


Bridle Trail:

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.


Rewarding view of the city below.

Braille Trail:

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.


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.


The famous troll stump (you’ll know it when you see it).

Bridle Trail