Trails: Thermopolis

The success of the recently developed multi-use trails in Hot Springs State Park demonstrated to Town of Thermopolis officials, business leaders and community members the positive impact on the economy and quality of life that a well-planned and professionally-built trail system can have. The goal of the project is to create a Thermopolis Community Trail Plan that evaluates and meets the needs of Thermopolis residents for year-round close to home recreational trail systems, and which provides visitors with added outdoor recreation opportunities.


How we helped

Wyoming Pathways is partnering with the Bureau of Land Management, the Hot City Outdoor Alliance and the Town of Thermopolis to develop a vision for the future of soft surface trail development in and around Thermopolis.


Next steps

The partners have retained trail consultant Todd Thibodeau to develop the Thermopolis Community Trail Plan. Todd Thibodeau also managed the 2019 development of the well-received new T-Hill Trail in Hot Springs State Park, and he brings a wealth of trail planning experience along with local area knowledge to the project. Wondering how to help? Volunteer or donate.

Thermopolis Round Top trails

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