The Beautiful Bighorn Canyon Straddles Wyoming And Montana And Is Perfect For A Day In The Backcountry

When most people discuss Wyoming’s natural wonders, the topic turns to Yellowstone, Flaming Gorge, the Tetons, and the Wind River Range. Very rarely, someone will bring up Bighorn Canyon Recreation Area. Perhaps because it straddles the Wyoming-Montana border it is often overlooked, but if you’ve never spent time exploring the canyon and the Pryor mountains, you’re in for a real treat.

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Learn more about recreation opportunities within the area on the National Park website, here.

For another place to visit for wild horse spotting, read You’ll Be Face To Face With Wild Mustangs On This Tour Through Wyoming’s McCullough Peaks.

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