Bridle Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Casper, WY that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
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Hike this trail 4 to 5 times a week. Great exercise with great views
I was pleasantly surprised with this trail. There was a nice variety of scenery and the trail is well kept. Will definitely return on next trip to Casper.
Very nice local trail !!
Great trail. Fun for everyone
I love this trail. It's so nice, and it's not too difficult once you get past that first uphill. My mom and aunts are 50 and in low to moderate shape and they did this whole hike. It's just a really really nice hike & I love it. I would totally run this.
Beautiful and challenging. over all a great trail
Beautiful views when you follow the loop to Split Rock.
I was with my dogs and 2 kids. It's a very steep trail, although not long, if you take the smaller loop.
Close to home !! Great trail !!
I've hiked Bridle Trail during the last 12 summers. It's my training hike for bigger trips elsewhere. I've seen increased usage and it is affecting the width and sandiness of the trail. If you use it, please stay on the designated trails, don't cut the switchbacks. Erosion is huge here in the west because grass doesn't grow easily. Thanks!
A well kept trail to Split Rock with great views of the Casper area.
Very nice moderate hike. Lots of trails to extend it. Only drawback is the trails are not very well marked and it is ready to get off on a different tail without realizing it.
Great hike with Eugene the Jeep - still some snow in areas, but the sights were spectacular. Take the Split Rock trail to see "it" which is pretty cool. I was on the trail for about four-hours. There are some photo ops especially on the eastern trail - next time, I bring a camera. Without the snow, I'd say excellent for kids of all ages.
It's a great loop Trail, it has a remote feeling, great views, and a great place to train for other hikes. brought a 30 lbs pack to condition myself and the trail was just right.