The Sheridan Community Land Trust has announced that their recently built Hidden Hoot Trail will reopen to the public on Friday. The trail was temporarily closed on April 1 to accommodate calving season. Although the area will be accessible for the community, the Land Trust said in a release that any cattle encountered on the land should be granted plenty of space and that while dogs are permitted, they must be on a leash at all times.
Hidden Hoot was created in the spring of 2019 and according to the organization, the trail has become somewhat of a user favorite thanks to its proximity to the city of Sheridan. Later this summer, the path will connect the Hidden Hoot Trail to the Soldier Ridge Trail system via The Link and Kicking Horse. Paired with the Sheridan Pathway system there will be more than 14 miles for locals and visitors to enjoy. To view and print maps of these and the other Land Trust trails, follow this link https://sheridanclt.org/.