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Quick Facts

Hidden Lake Trail

Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Length: 1.5 Miles (2.5 Kilometers)
Usage: Light

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General Description

TRAIL BEGINS: Off the Leidy Lake Road, #30250

TRAIL ENDS: At Hidden Lake

ATTRACTIONS: Hidden Lake is surrounded by lodgepole pine trees, making it difficult to see until you are near its shore. The trail travels uphill for most of the 1.5 miles. Once the trail starts descending, the lake is approximately 200 yards away. From the trail and at the lake, there are views of Mt. Leidy and Grouse Mountain. A stream feeds into the northern end of the lake, and drains out of the southern end. There are fish in the lake but remember you need a Wyoming fishing license to fish.
NOTE: This trail is difficult to find, a map is recommended.

Directions from Moran Jct.: Road #30250 leads up Leidy Creek, in the Spread Creek drainage, southeast of Moran Jct.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Accessible: June through September .

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Hiking & Walking Hidden Lake Trail
ICON Horseback Riding
ICON Mountain Biking

More Information

Visitor Information:

Buffalo Ranger District, Highway 287, P.O. Box 278 , Moran, WY, 83013, Phone: 307-543-2386


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