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Note: This developing route is not yet fully contiguous – it is just over 50% complete. Please refer to the Trail Map for more information on the existing sections of trail, as well as the online...
|DC, IA, ID, IL, IN, MD, MT, NE, OH, PA, WA, WV, WY||3743.9 mi||Asphalt, Concrete, Crushed Stone||
The Wyoming Heritage Trail extends from Shoshoni south to Riverton and is paved from the trailhead in Riverton to the outskirts of the town. From there north it's mostly dirt or gravel. In places it's...
|WY||22 mi||Asphalt, Ballast, Dirt, Gravel||
Amazing trail; definitely worth exploring. Awesome interconnected pathway with excellent signage. Most sections are paved and completely separate from the road - even though they parallel many main roads. We went 32 miles in eBikes which was good due to the wild.
A nice ride. The hub is a good place to start.
We took electric scooters and did 16miles of this trail was so beautiful seen 6 deer 5 turkeys will glad go back and explore more
I rode the full length of the trail, from north to south and back. As noted, the north-end trailhead isn't easy to find (head down road 517G, at the sign that says No Outlet). Including the navigation around Fox Park (be certain to pause and read the sign) my Strava recorded the full ride at 45.36 miles and an elevation gain/loss of 922 ft (gotta love railroad grades).
The trail is very remote and exposed, so bring plenty of water and good snacks. I did not see anyone else on trail or in the vicinity, with the exception of a few folks fishing at Lake Owen.
The north end of the trail has sections of loose gravel and a few trees over the path, so you get to practice your cyclocross skills. I was running 42cm tubeless on my gravel bike, which was a perfect setup. Heading south, trail is more tame and seems to be better maintained.
It's a beautiful ride both ways and bring your camera, as there are so many wonderful images to be had. Don't worry about Strava records as you'll be stopping every few minutes to take pictures.
While the ravages of the fire are very evident, it's amazing to see how nature rebuilds and the carpets of wildflowers will leave you in awe, as will the reflections off the many beaver ponds. At times, it smelled like I was at a florist, the flowers were in all their glory.
Do this ride, do it slowly and enjoy!
(I would have posted pictures but couldn't figure out how to do that here.)
Drive from Saratoga to the trailhead at lake Owen in Albany Not easy to find Weather was getting bad so only did 10 miles . Hopefully now that we know where it is we can prepare and do a longer ride. Very hard if not riding a mountain bike Had e bike with fat tires and almost wiped out few times . Overall good trail ride Also will bring bear spray Didn’t see any but you are pretty out there never know !
Trail first of all was very hard to find Drove from Saratoga and thought would at least see some indication there was a trail . Did about 15 miles total on trail peaceful and pretty in some spots . Hard to ride if don’t have mountain bike almost wiped out with a bike with pretty wide tires. Would do again on a day with better weather and would definitely bring bear spray . You never know !
We usually begin at the S (college trailhead) heading NW for a mile, then along Brundage Ln (W-only 'street riding' you must do) to the South Park, through the parks, under the major streets, to Marshall Park, through one of several neighborhood streets. Yes, the trail has gaps through historic downtown Sheridan area for coffee, lunch or a local brew; but clear signage leads to & through Kendrick Park and North under the bridges & along the river to Thorne-Rider Park and beyond without more 'street' riding. Beautiful!! Whether for aggressive exercise, or leisurely day-trip to town for brew & concert at the park .. enjoy the 'road less traveled' through Sheridan. Biking - the only way to 'really see' an area. Reduced to 4* for 'gaps' in the map in downtown. We've not taken the spurs off the main trail.
In late September of 2021, my wife and I traveled from Southern California to Casper in order to ride this trail in our quest to bicycle in all fifty states. It was most certainly worth the one thousand mile drive!
We rode every square foot of the trail and its spurs, and enjoyed the changes and contrasts in the various portions.
We experienced the trail on a Saturday morn, so it was being used to a great extent by walkers, joggers, bikers, families, dog walkers, and even volunteers clearing brush.
So much made this ride enjoyable for us: the perfect fall weather and colors, friendly trail users, beautiful river views, and clever art installations.
The only thing not five star worthy is the condition of the root damaged asphalt in a few sections, but for the most part the path is well maintained and smooth riding.
There are a couple of short climbs, especially one toward the north end, but it's worth it for the spectacular view of the river with which it rewards you!
For those of you in Casper, you know what a gem you have in the Platte River Trail. For those of you passing through or looking for a bike riding destination in Wyoming, go for it!
It traverses along the river with lots of trees and it’s well maintained. The only reason for four stars is the rough joints. Pretty jarring at times
Sheridan has done a nice job providing a nice trail and signage to go along with it. There are gaps in the trail but good signage to make the ride enjoyable. The goose creek is pretty and we enjoyed this ride.
Not well maintained but serves the purpose. Connects to the creek trail which is packed gravel
Terrible ride from Yellowstone. Soft sand and then you get blocked by construction. We went through town and was able to reconnect and went to the River trail and came by by the highway. 19 miles round trip. Not recommended in 2021.
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