Wyoming’s fall foliage seems to come earlier and earlier every year, and right now, the hillsides are beginning to glow with the colors of autumn. If you’re looking for a gorgeous hike to see the best fall foliage in Wyoming, head out to Bighorn National Forest, near Sheridan.
Bighorn National Forest is located at 2013 Eastside 2nd St, Sheridan, WY 82801, and you’ll find thousands of acres of hikeable wilderness here. For a great fall foliage hike, follow the trail through Tongue River Canyon, which is an easy three mile river trail.
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