Find The First Signs Of Spring In Wyoming Along Stone Temple Circuit In Curt Gowdy State Park

Western Wyoming gets a lot of credit for gorgeous backpacking trips, world-famous national parks, and some of the best hiking on planet Earth… but Eastern Wyoming can be a hiker’s paradise, too. Plan a hike near Cheyenne, Wyoming as the first signs of spring emerge and you’ll fall in love with Curt Gowdy State Park. The Stone Temple Circuit is an easy hike that will introduce you to some of the lesser-explored sections of this state park, and you’ll fall in love with the peace and quiet just outside of our largest city.

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Next time you’re looking for a hike near Cheyenne, hit the trails in Curt Gowdy State Park and tackle the Stone Temple Circuit. When the weather really warms up, you can take the Crow Creek Trail to a hidden waterfall! For trail maps and information on other routes through this beautiful state park, visit AllTrails, here.

Address: 1264 Granite Springs Rd, Cheyenne, WY 82009, USA