There's A Little-Known Nature Trail Just Waiting For Wyoming Explorers
By Jessica Moore|Published November 07, 2022
Jessica is a storm chaser, photographer, meteorologist, and writer from Colorado. As a native of this beautiful state, she grew up with a love of the outdoors, and today enjoys hiking, rafting, skiing, and photographing landscapes and storms. She is also a mom to a beautiful little girl and loves life as an entrepreneur which allows her to be fully present for her daughter. She has been a writer for OnlyInYourState for just over 1 year and loves the opportunity to combine her loves of writing and travel to bring you the most exciting content for travel destinations across the country.
The Cowboy State is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the country, and hiking is one of the best ways to explore them all. The Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area lies on the Wyoming border with Montana and offers some of the most remote hiking one can find. If you’re looking for stunning scenery away from the crowds, you’ll quickly see why this trail is easily one of the best remote hikes in Wyoming.