West Tensleep Falls Is A 1.5-Mile Hike In Wyoming That Leads You To A Pristine Waterfall
One of the best things about living (or even just visiting!) Wyoming is the plentiful access to the great outdoors. Whether it’s spending an entire weekend hiking and camping or simply taking a walk in our own neighborhood, there’s no shortage of ways to appreciate the fresh air here. But, one of our favorite ways to experience the state is by heading out on this short trail to one seriously beautiful waterfall!
West Tensleep Falls Trail can be accessed year-round, but we hear it’s best between May and September. You can learn more about it and see a full map by checking out alltrails.com. And those of you with pups will love that you can bring them along, just be sure to keep them on a leash.
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