SCLT Opens Hidden Hoot Trail

Courtesy Photo: Hidden Hoot pond view: Hidden Hoot Trail offers gorgeous views close to home with three miles of natural-surface trail perfect for hiking, biking, and running on Sheridan's west edge.
Courtesy Photo: Hidden Hoot pond view: Hidden Hoot Trail offers gorgeous views close to home with three miles of natural-surface trail perfect for hiking, biking, and running on Sheridan's west edge.

The Sheridan Community Land Trust has announced that their new Hidden Hoot Trail is open for the public to enjoy. Chris Vrba, Director of Marketing and Development for the organization, explains what the new route has to offer.

Vrba said that they plan to host an event in celebration of the new trail in about two weeks.

To get to Hidden Hoot Trail, follow Sheridan Pathway south from Black Tooth Park about 0.7 miles until you see the trail entrance. For more information and to view and print Hidden Hoot Trail maps, please visit https://sheridanclt.org.

Courtesy Photo: View from the trail: An unspoiled view of the Bighorns awaits users as they make their way out of the draw's bot
Courtesy Photo: View from the trail: An unspoiled view of the Bighorns awaits users as they make their way out of the draw's bottom and along the ridgeline.
Courtesy Photo: Way up sign: Whether you're new to hiking and biking or have years of pedal time under your belt, Hidden Hoot Tr
Courtesy Photo: Way up sign: Whether you're new to hiking and biking or have years of pedal time under your belt, Hidden Hoot Trail has something for everyone to enjoy!
SheridanWyoming.com

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