This Hidden Natural Bridge In Wyoming Will Take You A Million Miles Away From It All

Even in a state as vast and rugged as Wyoming, there are still times when escaping into a secluded space is just the thing to revive our spirits. If you’ve yet to visit Ayers Bridge, it’s a trip that will provide just that. Not only is the bridge located in a beautiful 150-acre park, it’s also a unique geological feature that took millions of years to form.

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