Twin Peaks Trailhead

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

Parking at trail head is for day use only, no overnight parking.

Three miles north of LaPrele Guard Station and Campbell Creek Campground on the Cold Springs Road. Great access for elk and deer hunters.  The first ½ mile is through private land, so please stay on the trail. The next mile passes through State Land where day use is allowed but overnight camping is prohibited. The last 1½ miles to the base of Twin Peaks leaves Roaring Fork Creek and gains elevation more rapidly. Views of the Laramie Mountains can be enjoyed from the top of Twin Peaks.  There are limited Forest Service campsites along County Road 24, next to La Prele Creek. Because there is mixed private land and public land along the creek and road, make sure you are on public land before camping or hiking off the road.  It is managed by the Douglas Ranger District.

At a Glance

Fees No fee.
Open Season: June
Usage: Light
Restrictions: Wyoming State OHV sticker required on all FS trails. Vehicles must be 50" or less in width.
Closest Towns: Douglas, Wyoming.
Water: No
Restroom: No
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information


Approximately 40 miles southwest of Douglas Wyoming.
From Douglas, take State Highway 91 west then south. After 25 miles, the pavement ends and the road becomes Converse County 24. Continue south and southwest on CR 24 for about 11 miles to the Twin Peaks trailhead. The trail heads west into Roaring Fork Creek.


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