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Huckleberry Hot Springs is a 1.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Moran, Wyoming that features hot springs and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Length 1.3 mi Elevation gain 32 ft Route type Out & Back

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

Hot springs

River

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

No dogs

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Mary T
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Hiking

So much fun. The creek crossing was above the knee and current was quick. We were barefoot but shoes would be a good idea. The hot springs were way too hot for us to even wade in but maybe we just aren’t tough:) My kids had fun playing in the first creek. Fun hike and beautiful wildflowers. We had it to ourselves

Dean Wolf
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Hiking

A quick trail to the hot springs. We visited on 7-16 and loved the warm river. The cold river crossing wasn't too hard and the walk to the springs was quick. There were a lot of mosquitos. There is another spring if you walk left before you cross the cold river. We didn't go there, but people said it was nice--look at the small map at the trailhead.

Sergey Milushin
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Trail involves crossing a creek. And there was high water in end of June and after rain. So the creek is impassible.

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Grace Ward
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First of all, the river you have to cross to get to the springs was nearly waist deep, and it was also on slippery rocks and the current was actually pretty strong. We had to take our pants off to get across and felt like we might get swept away!!!! We thought this was hilarious and a fun adventure but some may not Other than that, the hot springs were AMAZING besides the swarms of THOUSANDS of mosquitos. Someone built a little tub out of rocks and logs right in front of where the water falls into the river- GO THERE. It’s hottest, nicest, and the mosquitos will leave you alone more there. Overall we found this a very fun adventure and totally unlike anything we’ve done before, but make sure you’re up for it beforehand!

Courtney pickar
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Hiking

the "creek" is mid thigh high on my 5'4" frame with a current as well. bring water shoes! there's a bear box by the hot springs. But we had fun and the hot spring was nice. overall the kids (10, 12) and I enjoyed it but you should be prepared to get wet!

Nola Hart
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Hiking

Did this hike in 2014, nice weather and nice hike overall.

frank chimienti
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perfect location nice hot water

Jami Loecker
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This trail was great with our kids! Saw a mamma moose and her two babies. We went to Polecat Hot Springs and the Huckleberry. Great with kids over 6. I say this about the age because you do have to cross the fast flowing creek to get to either of them. We also saw otter at the bridge at the asphalt and elk not far from there.

Michael Villavicencio
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Hiking
First to Review

I went here a few years ago late August. Ranger told us to look out for Grizzlies, though we didn't end up seeing any. Crossed a few little creeks to get there and there was a bear box nearby the actual spring. The source is on a slope that rolls into a shallow creek. The spring was hot and the area is nice as there wasn't any other people around in the gorgeous meadow. I've heard of people xc skiing to the site when there is snow, probably would be another nice experience.

Daniel Santos
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jeff drabicki
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Anthony Flatley
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Randy Billman
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Bill Kelly
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Nobu Ichige
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Marywood Sparks
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Mariah Stuart
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Chaz Cannon
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Scott McDonald
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