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Medicine Wheel Distance 0.00 miles

If high mountain vistas are your thing, this all-day ride is for you! Start your morning on Interstate 90, north past Sheridan, to Ranchester. From there, jump onto Scenic Byway, U.S. Highway 14, and head west. This road will split and if weather allows, you’ll be taking the alternate route. This way, you’ll get to see the sacred treasure Wyoming calls the Medicine Wheel. The Medicine Wheel sits atop Medicine Mountain, measures about 80 feet in diameter, and is thought to have been constru... Read more...

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Greybull Distance 0.00 miles

After visiting this inspirational treasure, your journey will take you west to Lovell, where you’ll turn south to head down to Worland. Along the way, stop in Greybull, an oasis at the joining of the Bighorn and Greybull Rivers, Shell and Dry Creeks. This will be a good place to eat lunch and refuel. It also serves as a great base camp for desert to mountain to prairie recreation, perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors and western culture.

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Ten Sleep Pioneer Museum Distance 0.00 miles

After filling up, finish the southern trek to Worland, and head east on Scenic Byway, U.S. Highway 16. Before finishing your journey, take the time in Tensleep to enjoy the majestic beauty many call an Artist’s Retreat and a Photographers’ Gold Mine. The Ten Sleep Pioneer Museum is located in Vista Park and home to the history of the Spring Creek Raid.

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Cloud Peak Scenic Skyway Distance 0.00 miles

Finish your tour of the Bighorn Mountains by taking the breathtaking drive through back to Buffalo, via the Cloud Peak Scenic Skyway. This is the most gorgeous stretch of natural beauty along today’s ride and connects the two towns over the high, rocky peaks of the Bighorns.

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