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Mountain biking

Great city park single track system. Nice in town location for a quick dirt mountain bike ride.

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HikingGreat!

Awesome loop trail that can be done in under 3 hours easily. It is a hot trail and the views at the overlook are stunning.

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Hiking

Fantastic trail! We took a 3 year old and an almost 2 year old. Both walked nearly the entire way. We added on Hidden Falls and it was very worth the extra hike. The trail was busy, but not so much that it wasn’t enjoyable. We did have to be careful in spots with the kids, but it was a fun adventure! We didn’t see a snake, but were warned of one near a bridge. What a neat find for us!

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HikingGreat!Rocky

It’s a great trail overall. The crow creek section is inevitably going to have more people on it but Mo Rocka and Fox Trail are very quiet. Nothing that’s too difficult of a hike, all in all I would recommend

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Jesse Chuhta reviewed Stone Temple Circuit
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Hiking

Nicely maintained (mostly narrow) trail, lots of big rocks to explore, minimal shade.

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Melissa Gonring reviewed Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls
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HikingGreat!Rocky

We walked the Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls, then back on the Mo'Rocka Trail making a loop. According to Strava this is a 5.25 mile walk. You have to wade into the creek to actually see the falls - so cool. Pretty busy trail even on a Thursday afternoon.

Cynthia Kintzley reviewed Crow Creek, Mo Rocka and Foxtrail Loop
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Hiking

We added hidden falls onto this hike - it adds approximately a .5 mile to the total trip. Beautiful landscape. Crow creek ran by the creek and was more heavily trafficked. We took Mo Rocka on the return and we were so glad we did. It was a quiet hike with only one other group on it. We caught the foxtail connection which loops back into Mo Rocka. If you’re heading back make sure turn right or you’ll make another loop. Part of the sign is missing at that junction. Also, bring water shoes and a towel if you want to see the falls. You have to hike into the water to see them. Absolutely beautiful. Definitely recommended!!

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Hiking

Very nice

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Spencer Couse reviewed Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls
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Hiking

Great hike with a refreshing endpoint at the falls! Decent footing with some rocks to climb. Be sure to pay attention to the signs/markers to stay on track as there are many intersecting paths. Lots of hikers spend a good amount of time near the falls, so be prepared to wait or be close to others if you want to get in the water. Would go again!

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Agustina Prigoshin reviewed Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls
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HikingRocky

This is a beautiful trail! It’s a great variety of dirt and rocks, flat ground and steep climbs. And the waterfall is great. Be ready to kick off your shoes and wade through the river to actually see it though.

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Kat Thompson reviewed Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls
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Hiking

We started at the overflow parking lot and hiked Crow Creek trail. Less people earlier in the morning. Towards lunch time there were more bikes and people out parking lot was getting full.

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HikingGreat!

Did the loop but added in Hidden Falls as well as it's only another half mile roundtrip. The falls were cool, and people generally respected social distancing (although no masks). Terrain throughout the hike changes quite a bit which keeps things interesting. $9 for a day pass for a non-WY resident.

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HikingRocky

I would recommend this trail for anyone looking for a little bit of a challenge and a GREAT overlook spot. We had my 5 year old daughter with us and we still finished in less than 3 hours. Lots of scenery and not too busy.

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Sharae Aubin reviewed Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls
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Hiking

This was an awesome trail! Great scenery and my 5 year old was able to go through the whole thing without any issues. We were the only ones on the Mo Rocka trail, Crow Creek was a lot busier. One area of the trail had a sign that had been broken off the post so we ended up on the Skin & bones trail and had to go through rougher terrain, but overall it was a good experience.

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Gorgeous trail! Not difficult. Beautiful views of the park, very surprising canyon on the far side of the trail. fair warning: no shade, bring a hat and sunscreen! other tip: ask the front gate where to park for this trail, we never would have found it otherwise! I believe it was marker #62 but cannot swear to it.

nolan461 User reviewed Crow Creek Trail to Hidden Falls
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HikingRocky
Pam Coles reviewed Stone Temple Circuit
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Nice trail. Passed some mountain bikes but not crowded at all. Very scenic.

Jessica Kelly reviewed Hidden Falls
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Hiking

Great hike! There’s a few other trails that branch off of this one if you want a longer hike.

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HikingGreat!
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HikingRocky

I would definitely recommend this trail. It’s just a narrow single track trail that is very lightly used. Coming around some of the cliffs is incredible, sights that I didn’t expect to be there at all. It can easily be done in an hour just walking at a moderate pace. It’s a very easy track to walk, it’s just some points it can be very steep to one side of the small track.

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Hiking

Fun hike with a 7 year old. We started at 7:30 am on a Monday and were alone the entire way in and back. We took time to hang out in a "cave" while a shower passed, wade and eat at Hidden Falls, and swim on the way back. The kiddo loved it! Very easy hike; my GPS measured 4.50 miles round trip.

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HikingFeeOff trailRocky

Just to be clear this is a 4.2 miler. I had to figure out some of the trail parts because there were off shoots from the trail that dead ended. So I would record just so you stay on the trail. You will hear chipmunks, but rarely see them sit for a picture. I walked up on a doe, she pretty much ignored me. Lastly there are geese in the area with there going babies. The views are amazing and I would caution you to bring a rain jacket and hiking poles. It said it would have a 20% chance of rain and down poured on me! Will probably camp here and hike again later! my recording and pictures are saved to the Hidden Waterfall hike.

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HikingFeeRocky

Just to be clear this is a 4.2 miler. I had to figure out some of the trail parts because there were off shoots from the trail that dead ended. So I would record just so you stay on the trail. You will hear chipmunks, but rarely see them sit for a picture. I walked up on a doe, she pretty much ignored me. Lastly there are geese in the area with there going babies. The views are amazing and I would caution you to bring a rain jacket and hiking poles. It said it would have a 20% chance of rain and down poured on me! Will probably camp here and hike again later! This is for the Crow Creek, Mo Rocka and Foxtail loop. This app combined my trails, but I definitely went on a loop. ;)

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