In Hot Springs County, you can get out all year round to hike and bike our popular trails – both new and historic!
Formed in 2019, Hot City Outdoor Alliance has teamed up with Hot Springs State Park to build trails throughout the park and county. Their ultimate goal is to build over 20 miles of hiking and mountain biking routes and they have gotten off to a great start.
The non-profit helped build the first of many trail systems on T-Hill. Signs point the way to the summit and switchbacks make sure the climb is accessible for both hikers and mountain bikes. At the top is the panoramic birds-eye view of the town of Thermopolis and the Wind River Canyon.
You can also climb the steep path on Monument Hill – so named because of the small rock monuments that were left behind by those healed by the mineral hot springs. From the early 1900s on, patients celebrated their new-found health by climbing the hill and placing a rock on the growing monument. These stones remain as a silent testimony to the healing powers of the mineral hot springs.
These trails and more await you in Hot Springs County!