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Level: Advanced
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 5 riders

Mountain Biking Bridle Trail

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#52 of 249 mountain bike trails in Wyoming
#4,817 in the world

The trail is approximately four miles long. From the campsites, it rises over 700 feet, with a hole in the wall known as split rock at the top. The trail can be crowded with walkers on the summer weekends and evenings. It is a well maintained trail that requires a bit of stamina and leg strength.

First added by dion29er on Oct 19, 2011. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Located above Casper Falls at Rotary Park near the base of Casper mountain. To get there, take a right off of Casper Mountain Road, approximately 2 miles from the intersection of Wyoming Blvd. You will drop down into a little valley full of homes. Take a left at the Rotary Park sign. There is a path immediatly out of the parking lot which goes to a cool waterfall. To get to Bridle Trail, don't go to the falls, but stay right after the bridge just out of the parking area. This will take you up to a road where you go left and climb for about a quarter mile to the Bridle Trail head sign. You can climb straight up from here (hard climb) or you can take a left at the trailhead and drop down then climb up some switch backs (easier climb, but longer). When you get to the top, follow the main trail and the "Split Rock" signs. Split Rock is about the top of the loop - when you get there, keep going until you get a double track road. Bear left and follow the road downhill for a short bit. Then the fun downhill begins until you get to the creek. A couple of quick climbs after this take you to the east side of the loop, which is very sandy/gravelly. The next split gives you the option of a steep cutoff downhill to the parking lot (right), or a tight trail down to the creek and falls area. The cutoff is preferred if you're on a bike, because you'll likely end up carrying your bike out of the creek bottom to get back to the parking lot on the other trail.
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  • BLRacing67

    Trail was fun. Rode it 5/4, and went essentially counter clockwise. Fairly steep ascents and descents. Hero dirt at the bottom with some snow up around the notch in the rock. Fun for only 4 miles or so that I rode!

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  • Rob Ames

    Snow packed as of March 9

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