Explore the most popular hiking trails near Cheyenne with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Just hiked today. Pretty trail with some moderate hills. There's still some snow on the trail and the creek is iced over. The waterfall was not much to see at the moment. All ice and the water flow seems low but it was a fun hike out. I have a terrible ankle so crampons were helpful in a few places just for security. There was one spot around point 7 where I didn't think it was very clear which way to go but just stick with the trail closest to the creek.

Nice trail, definitely on the easy side of moderate. A small bit of snow and ice in the shady areas that was a little tricky, but nothing you'd need spikes for. The waterfall and creek that it feeds into were all frozen solid, but it was still an interesting little hike. Good one to return to in the spring or summer.

This hike is on the easier end of moderate. Some snow on most of the trail, so although spikes aren’t necessarily needed, they are highly recommended. There were a couple falls between myself and a fellow hiker due to slippery snow and mud areas. Gorgeous hike though! Creek/river is still frozen, but in some areas you could hear the water still rushing underneath the ice. That was neat. You can also (very carefully!) walk on the frozen water up to where the waterfall would normally be

Hiked on October 17, 2018. Weather was cool and breezy but relatively pleasant. Trail is well marked and easy to traverse. Saw some deer near the trail. Scenery features hills, rocks, pine trees, and is generally open. Would do it again as well as try some of the other trails in the park.

We'd rate this as EASY to moderate, but we didn't make it all the way to the falls (limited time had us turn around at the last bridge over the creek). Good shade even in early afternoon - At least 50% of the distance. Really nice to hear the stream running along the whole way.

Super nice! Bring more water than you think you might need. And some good shoes! Hidden falls didn’t have much for a water fall due to a dry year but still beautiful hike.

mountain biking
5 months ago

My second IMBA Epic! I’m from Wisconsin, so the biking here was quite different from any I have done before. I loved it, though, and would do it again in a heart beat. The scenery was beautiful and the the obstacles (mostly granite slabs) were challenging, but not frustratingly so. I would highly recommend this particular trail and the entire trail system.

Wonderful hike. I had a map from the visitors center and had no problems following the trail. The sign posts have numbers which will pin piont your location on the map. Don't let the trail color change on the map confuse you, it just indicates change for easy to moderate trail rating.
I took Crowe to the falls and a combination of Crowe, Mo-Rocka and Fox Tail on the way back. Would love to bring my wife next time.

Nearly perfect hike. This is one of my top five hikes ever. It was challenging without being grueling, scenic, and very enjoyable. It is a hike that is manageable for children and a great hike for dogs. The uphills are neither too long, nor too steep. Hidden Falls was a trickle, but I assume it is just the time of year. You need to hike through knee-deep water to see the Falls. A word of warning here: the rocks I scrambled over with little problem on the way in were very slick on the way out when my shoes were wet. Be careful! I went in the evening around 5:30 and the trail was busy at first but then it was pretty empty by 6pm. There is one big downside. The signage is terrible and can’t be relied upon for accuracy. Unfortunately, GPS did not work the whole time either. I’m not sure how long the trail actually is to Hidden Falls and back, but it was a six-mile hike for me due to all my wrong turns. It took me two hours to complete the full hike and it was nearly dark when I was done. I hope I get the chance to come back and do this hike again someday!

This is one of my favorite trails because it's an easier hike and it is gorgeous. I could spend all day at Hidden Falls and enjoy nature.

Great trail with a nice reward at the end. Lots of shade for those hot days. Bring a towel. To see Hidden Falls, you’ll need to wade through 15’-20’ of up to knee-deep water.

The views are gorgeous. Loved this one! Lots of mountain bikers. Would do again!

i went here on a whim today and as my first and only hike in wyoming. great choice. it was well worth the hike as the falls area is absolutely amazing. the water wasn’t cold and i only wish i had brought my swimsuit. just be ready for some rock scrambling and bring plenty of water

This was a really wonderful hike, went on a Friday mid-day in June we had the trail completely to ourselves. It was the perfect difficulty four our terrier. The "hidden falls" at the end is gorgeous.

It was a great hike! Definitely recommend!

A beautiful loop, I recommend you take a lunch and hang out on some rocks to really enjoy it. Saw hundreds of flowering opuntia. This was fun to hike but I’ll have to bring a bike next time bc it looks like a mtn biker’s dream!

It was great! Beautiful! My boyfriend and I went. One that I would have no trouble bringing my dogs too!

Wonderful hike for the whole family!!

Great trail! Did in 2.5 hours at a slow pace. Would do this trail again!

8 months ago

Beautiful area with interesting rock formations. It is a state park so there is a daily fee. It was totally worth the $6.00 I spent to get in.

Loved it. Everything is so green right now and there is lots of water flowing in the creeks. The falls were beautiful. Not crowded at all

Just took this hike yesterday, absolutely beautiful and everything was so green! The falls at the end are awesome, great little area to stop and have a snack. Also a kid friendly hike, we saw many little ones loving the water. Can’t wait to go again!

Nice trail with some work in it. Cool falls. Take your shoes off and walk back into it.

Well maintained, a scramble or two, and a neat feature at the end. The snow today made it very quiet and peaceful.

A very nice tranquil hike with beautiful scenery and a hidden waterfall! I would definitely go again.

Nice hike, I’d say the best in the area. Went yesterday and there was a fair amount of ice. I would strongly recommend using crampons/traction devices at this time of year.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Great trail! Able to do it with our 6yo easily. We did it in the winter and there were some slippery spots with ice, but was a beautiful trail!

Favorite hike in the Laramie area so far. Gorgeous views all the way to the falls. The trail follows the creek the whole way and it's really nice that I found a hike nearby that actually features some water. Hidden Falls is incredible, definitely get your feet wet and take a look.

Fun, easy hike with plenty of coverage for shade. Hidden Falls is an awesome place to take a dip even though the water is pretty cold.

Great views with the treat of seeing a beautiful waterfall at the end. This trail is maintained very well and is very well marked.
On the way back back from the falls, one can see the beauty of the trail from a different perspective. Some spots require negotiations around and over bolders.

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