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Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls is a 3.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Cheyenne, Wyoming that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and mountain biking and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.6 mi Elevation gain 354 ft Route type Out & Back
Dogs on leash Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Walking Forest River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Wildlife Snow
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Curt Gowdy State Park, 1264 Granite Springs Rd, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009, 307-632-7946 http://wyoparks.state.wy.us/Site/SiteInfo.aspx?siteID=4

From Cheyenne: take I-25 to exit 10 and travel 25 miles west on Highway 210, Happy Jack Road. The main park entrance will be on the south side of the road. From Laramie: take I-80 east to exit 323 and travel 14 miles east on Highway 210, Happy Jack Road. The main park entrance will be on the south side of the road.

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Skip Austin
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HikingGreat!

Awesome trail with great views. Trail is well marked and very easy to follow.

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Moises Maldonado
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HikingGreat!

did part of this trail going to Hidden falls, followed some extra trails to make a big loop

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Ralph Gonzalez
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Katie Lang
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HikingGreat!

This was a great hike!! The trail was clear and mostly small gravel. It was clearly marked with numbered sign posts and maps. It was all beautiful and follows Crow Creek. There are several very small waterfalls along the way. The Hidden Falls and the end was anticlimactic as it was tiny. It still was a great hike. It is 5 miles and took us 3 hours as we took our time on the way in. The weather in Laramie was 55 and windy but this hike was not windy so it felt a lot warmer. We saw chipmunks, a herd of Mule Deer and a Black Billed Magpie.

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Brendan’s Momma
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Gorgeous and fun. I’m definitely going back. I just couldn’t find a trash receptacle anywhere in the park for the bags poop others left that I gathered up.

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Peter Demaree
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Jun Im
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Angelica Cropper
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Beautiful hike, but we couldn't find the falls in the end lol. I'm not sure where we went wrong, but as others have said they're definitely hidden. We went around 11 am and it wasn't too crowded and probably passed by 4 or 5 people. I would rate this trail as easy not moderate.

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Clifford White
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Great!

The Great trail with a phenomenal reward at the end. We prefer Mo Rocka to avoid the hoards of city folks from the East.

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Jessica LaBozetta
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Lisa Tetzlaff
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Nature tripsGreat!

Well marked trail. The creek wasn’t running to fast, but it was a good hike overall. When you get to the falls, they are definitely hidden, but there are little falls around. Not too many people and no bugs.

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Paulina Nollett
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Absolutely beautiful! Easy peasy for me and my 3 kiddos. We’ve done this hike at least 7 times now and love it every time!

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Jeff Hoffman
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Amazing

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Lance Steinberger
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Laura Carlson
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HikingGreat!

This is a very beautiful trail and very well marked. Easy / moderate. Saw a moose too!!

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Emma Mourfield
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Love this trail, lots of varied / rocky terrain to mix it up, beautiful hike along a lake that turns into a river and eventually into the hidden falls. I would 100% urge you to do hidden falls on top of this trail before you turn for mo rocka because it is a real hidden gem. Theres enough water at the bottom to fully get in (its very cold but refreshing in the summer.) I am decently out of shape and it was a workout for me, but definitely not the hardest ive done.

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Vampiglet Isme
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Pretty view

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Marjorie Sackman
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Beautiful hike

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Robin Armstrong
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Serenity Spicher
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Alice Pavlak
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Great hike, saw a moose on the trail. Warm up top on Mo Rocka but way less people. Definitely bring water shoes to get to the falls.

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Tim Oligmueller
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wade to the waterfalls at the end, well worth the cold feet.

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Jonathan Haywood
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Andrew Brennan
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Katy Piotrowski
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HikingGreat!

Gorgeous, interesting, 6-mi loop...not too easy, not too hard. I’m 58, my daughter is 32, and we’re both in good shape. There were many families with young children on the trail handling it just fine. Trail markers are confusing or missing, so take a map along just in case. I’ll do this hike again!

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Ash Brower
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A good, moderate hike

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Mitch Cook
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Tim Lab
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Great laid back trail with some scenic views of the river at the beginning , some good rock formations and the waterfall of course is beautiful, get your feet in that cold water! Feels great!

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Jacob Kiser
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beautiful scenery, not exactly the crow creek trail but perfect for a longer hike to hidden falls

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