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  • On Oct 17, 2014
    Cindy from MB Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi Moms. Does the trail from Wilderness Lodge to the Wilderness Cabins having lighting so we can use the trail at night after going to The Hoop Dee Doo? Thank you for your time

    Hello Cindy,

    Thank you for bringing your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. I have answered a question, in the past, in regards to the jogging trail which connects Disney's Wilderness Lodge to Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort but found your question to be one that I myself was unsure of and yet knew it would be good information for further Guests. 

    After a little bit of research,, one of my favorite go-to Walt Disney World planning sites, has an article call Run The World: Wilderness Trails. This article gives a detailed description of this path and has Guests comments, with further information. One of these comments, specifically notes, this trail is NOT lit and is only recommended during the hours for those who are interested in using it. Instead consider taking a Disney Bus, which goes directly to and from Disney's Wilderness Lodge and  Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort or board a boat for a leisurely cruise between the two resorts.

    If I can be of any further pixie dusted assistance feel free to ask and may your upcoming stay at Walt Disney World be filled with many magical and memorable moments.

    Amy M*o*
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Virginia

I am a Dreamer who has always believed dreams are meant to be the path to your future. Walt Disney, I believe, felt the same way, "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Disney has always been proof that endless imagination and the passion to make them come to fruition is possible. I will never be to old for Disney, it is home to all of us Dreamers. 

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