There is parking at the base of T-Hill, the disc golf course (where I parked), or in the State Park. If you park at the disc golf course or the State Park, there is some signage and a roughed in trail that will take you to a highway underpass.
After you get under the highway, and past the buck and rail fence to the base of T-Hill, the trail is very obvious. The first section is where all the climbing takes place. Fortunately, it is a nicely graded switchback up the east side of T-Hill.
Once on top, the trail makes a loop. A clockwise direction probably takes the best advantage of views, small jumps and flow. There is an option to take a short trail called "Fire Pit." At this point, there isn't much to it, so I recommend staying on T-Hill.
Then, you return to the start of the loop and you get to enjoy a fun descent down what you climbed. It has some berms and jumps to complete a super fun ride.
Thermopolis is blessed with hard packed, smooth soil that makes climbing feel easier and the descents faster, so hopefully there are more trails to come.
Shared By: Lars Peterson