The Killpecker Sand Dunes Is One of The Strangest Places You Can Go in Wyoming

Just a few miles north of Rock Springs, Wyoming, lies a dream world wherein the hills sing. Literally. It’s a strange and beautiful natural wonder known as the Killpecker Sand Dunes, and there, the hills are most certainly alive with the sound of music.

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To seek out this strange land for yourself, travel northbound on State Highway 191 from Rock Springs, Wyoming. Turn right on County Road 4-17/Tri-Territory Loop Road and follow it for about 20 miles. Once you come upon the Sand Dunes access road, take it, and follow it for one mile. Hang a right at the intersection you’ll arrive at, and drive just one more mile to the campground. Remember: leave no trace! What you pack in, make sure to pack out so that future generations can appreciate this incredible natural wonderland.

Have you ever heard a sand dune sing? Let us know what it was like in the comments!

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