The Central Wyoming Trails Alliance announced via social media that big things are happening in 2024, but for these changes to happen, they need our help.

On February 27, there will be an event that's open to the public to get opinions on the future of parks and recreational opportunities around the Casper area.

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CWTA is the group that, for the last ten years, has maintained the trails on Casper Mountain. Not only are they grooming the trails after fresh snow, but they're also cleaning up the trails after winter has moved out and summer is coming. The group relies on volunteers and donations to keep its mission alive, and in 2024, donations are needed to add more trails to the already incredible trail system.

Who wants trails this year?? We sure do! Time is here and we need YOUR help. We are adding a full time Executive Director and a seasonal trail crew. We are excited to be able to provide NEW trails on Casper Mountain and other communities. We have agreements and lofty goals, but none of this can happen this year without you. We are looking for donations for our funding structure and anything helps. Our startup goal is to reach $175,000. Please donate today to be part of something amazing for Natrona County and beyond.





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It's exciting news, especially if you love to get out, enjoy the fresh air and beautiful views, and get in a great workout.

If you'd like to donate to the cause, there are a couple of ways you can do it.

One is to head to Casper and donate, or you can scan this QR code, which will take you directly to the donation site.

Huge News If You Love Hitting The Trails Around Casper
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Gallery Credit: Wyoming State Archives, Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources