‘First Day Hikes’ planned around the region on Wednesday

Posted 12/31/19

In what is becoming an increasingly popular New Year’s Day activity — regardless of the temperature — “First Day Hikes” offer a way for Wyoming residents and visitors to …

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‘First Day Hikes’ planned around the region on Wednesday

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In what is becoming an increasingly popular New Year’s Day activity — regardless of the temperature — “First Day Hikes” offer a way for Wyoming residents and visitors to celebrate the new year outdoors.

To mark the beginning of 2020, a record 17 New Year’s Day guided hikes and walks will be offered Wednesday around Wyoming, including one at Buffalo Bill State Park.

This is the ninth consecutive year Wyoming is offering free First Day Hikes. At the beginning of 2019, nearly 300 people participated, despite below-zero wind chills.

Wyoming State Parks staff and volunteers will lead the hikes, which average 1 to 2 miles.

Hikes in the region will be offered Wednesday at the following locations and times:

The Wyoming hikes are being organized in conjunction with similar hikes held in all 50 states. Details about hike locations are listed on the America’s State Parks website at www.naspd.org.

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