Wyoming January 01, 2020
Find Solitude Along The Libby Creek Trail, One Of Wyoming’s Most Peaceful Hikes
While it’s never a great idea to hike alone, sometimes you just want to relax while you enjoy nature with likeminded friends. Hiking busy trails where you have to wait behind groups, or pass people as you go by, isn’t always fun. If you’re looking for lightly trafficked trails in Wyoming, head to the quiet national forest that surrounds the Snowy Range.
Medicine Bow National Forest is home to some of the most beautiful, serene, and lightly trafficked trails in Wyoming
The Libby Creek trail is a local favorite thanks to the way it shows off stunning landscapes while maintaining the tranquil nature of the forest.
You'll want to plan a full day to explore this four-mile loop trail. Pack a picnic lunch and get ready for a relaxing hike.
Everyone who hikes back here falls in love with what they see. It's sure to capture your heart when you're finding gorgeous scenery around every corner.
Though the trail gets narrow at times, this is still an easy hike that nearly anyone will enjoy.
The creek itself provides a soundtrack to you hike. As you get closer, you'll be able to hear it as a babbling brook, or a roaring river, depending on snow melt.
Spend some time in Medicine Bow National Forest and you'll come out of the woods feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
For more of the best lightly trafficked trails in Wyoming, read
Step Into A Gorgeous Ancient Forest When You Visit Wyoming’s Gros Ventre Wilderness and start to make a list of all the places you want to see right here in the Cowboy State.
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Address: Libby Creek Trail, Centennial, WY 82055, USA