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Wyoming Scenic Drives

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Scenic drives to consider in Wyoming are listed below. Click on any scenic byway or backway listed below for complete information.

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  • 1.5 hours
  • 71 miles (114 km)

Alligator River Route travels through the wetlands of North Carolina from Lake Mattamuskeet to Roanoke Island. It passes through swamp lands and wildlife refugees, where migratory birds gather and endangered species are protected.The road follows Route 94 north from New Holland, then east on Route 6...

  • 2 hours to drive or 3 hours to experience the entire Byway
  • 68.7 miles (110 km)

The Beartooth Highway is one of the most spectacular National Forest routes on this continent. Travel it yourself and see why Charles Kurault called it "America's most beautiful highway."Start your journey at the border of Custer National Forest in Montana. You'll have the ultimate high-country expe...

  • 3 hours
  • 50 miles (80 km)

Big Sheep Creek Byway is located near Dell, 24 miles north of the Montana-Idaho state line. The road is mostly two-lane gravel with a few side roads that lead to the foot of the Rocky Mountains and provide many opportunities for solitude and exploration. Once past the canyons of the Tendoy Mountai...

  • 2 hours minimum, but plan for more time to stop and enjoy the backway's scenery and recreation.
  • 68 miles (109 km)

Come cross the same creek through which the early pioneers waded! During the years of 1841-1868, more than 350,000 emigrants crossed Wyoming on their way to Utah, Oregon, and California. You can still see tracks and ruts left from their wagons.Drive this 68-mile Backway to see majestic mountains, co...

  • Allow 1 hour to drive this byway.
  • 47 miles (75 km)

Bighorn Scenic Byway follows US-14 beginning in Shell and moving through Shell Canyon into Bighorn National Forest. The road winds up the Big Horn Mountains, showcasing craggy limestone outcroppings, colorful stacks of granite, and sandstone filled with fossil shells. Take a drive and explore Bighor...

  • 2 hours
  • 50 miles oneway
  • Maintained Dirt/Gravel

Browns Park was once outlaw country and if it's no longer that, you can explore the canyons and forests that once served as shelter for the ne'er do wells. Today, these rocks and forests are home to elk and deer.

  • Allow 45 minutes to drive this byway.
  • 27.5 miles (44 km)

Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway travels U.S. Highway 14-16-20 along the North Fork of the Shoshone River through Wapiti Valley to Yellowstone National Park's east entrance. As you travel the route, you'll encounter Shoshone National Forest and several parks, all brimming with exciting wildlife, diver...

  • Allow at least 1 hour to tour this byway.
  • 47 miles (75 km)

Located along the northeastern edge of Yellowstone NationalPark, the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway offers spectacular views and aunique history. However, not only will you find the breathtakingbeauty that Wyoming is known for, you will find world-classopportunities for wildlife viewing, access to a vari...

  • 1 hour to drive the byway.
  • 47 miles (75 km)

Cloud Peak Skyway travels through Bighorn National Forest, following U.S. 16 for 64 miles. This section of road that crosses the Big Horn Mountains offers the smallest grade, but still provides an opportunity to enjoy the history and recreation of this mountainous region.Fort McKinney, one of two hi...

  • 29 miles

Drive from the low foothills of the Black Hills to the unusual and remarkable Devil's Tower.

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