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The Basics

jt-clearThe Chimney Park Trail System is open all year.

jt-checkIt is open to hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Dogs are welcome.


jt-clearThere is a fee of $5 per vehicle for each day. The Medicine Bow Routt National Forest Day Use Pass is accepted along with all Interagency Recreation Passes.

jt-moderateThere are a total of 10.6 miles of trails, all of them are easy.

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The Chimney Park trail system is excellent for a relaxed family afternoon in the woods. Located near a Boy Scout Camp, this trail system has four main loops that travel through a forest of Pine and Aspen.

Most of the elevation changes are gentle except for certain sections of the Jelm View and Lodgepole Loops. The trails are wide and well marked with blue diamonds along the trail and signs at the intersections. The Forest Service has added maps posted to trees near the old trail signs. These are a great addition to the trail system. Several old Forest Service roads intersect the trails and provide additional opportunities for exploring.

In the winter the trails are groomed for cross country skiing by the Forest Service when they are able to do so.


If you are looking for a guide to take with you on the Chimney Park Trail System:


Chimney Park

The trails range in elevation from 8,800 to 9,000 feet.

jt-easy Jelm View Loop (3.1 Miles)

jt-easy Lodgepole Loop (3.0 Miles)

jt-easy Porter Loop (4.0 Miles)

jt-easy Woods Creek Cutoff (0.2 Miles)

jt-easy Woods Creek Loop (2.9 Miles)


Travel Southwest from Laramie on Highway 230 towards Woods Landing. The parking area is a little over 6 miles past Woods Landing on the South side of Highway 230 between mile markers 33 and 34.

Select the Google Map tab next to the Just Trails Map tab at the top of the page to see a directions map.

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  1. Al Walsh |

    The family was up skiing at Chimney Park this morning. There was plenty of snow to ski on but not much of a base yet so plan on going over or around fallen tress on the trails.

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