The Longest River In Wyoming Is Both Wild And Scenic

This river in Wyoming snakes along the western portion of the state and is very appropriately named. Can you guess which river it is? It has earned the distinction as being the longest river in Wyoming and possesses the qualities of being both wild and scenic.

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Snake River is also home to a unique species of cutthroat trout also known as the Fine-spotted Snake River Cutthroat Trout.

For other rivers in the state, check out There’s Something Incredible About These 11 Rivers In Wyoming.