The Brimmer Point Trail In Wyoming Leads To A Perch With Unparalleled Views

Guernsey State Park is considered one of the most underrated and overlooked state parks in Wyoming. The views from hiking trails are a big part of the attraction in the southeastern part of the state, and the Brimmer Point Trail is a perfect example. The 0.9-mile loop is a moderate climb to multiple vantage points of the Guernsey Reservoir, highlighted by a panoramic overlook.

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As is the case with most outdoor activities in Wyoming, March through October is the best time to hike the Brimmer Point Trail in Wyoming. The window of the calendar expands somewhat, though, because the Guernsey State Park elevation is 4,700 feet, lower than many cities in the state. Brimmer Point Drive leads to the trailhead, about 100 miles north of Cheyenne. For more information about visiting Guernsey State Park, see the Wyoming State Parks website.

Address: Brimmer Point, Wyoming 82215, USA