The Beartooth Highway Is 68 Miles Of White Knuckle Driving In Wyoming That’s Not For The Faint Of Heart

Driving through Wyoming is always an adventure. Whether you’re battling high winds, snow drifts, or just taking in the incredible views, every time you hit the road, you could encounter something completely different. One of the Cowboy State’s most famous highways is also one of its scariest – many consider the Beartooth Highway to be the most dangerous road in Wyoming.

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Because of the highway’s elevation, summertime snow squalls aren’t uncommon. Be sure to check the status of the highway to see if it’s open before heading out on this hair-raising drive.

Address: Beartooth Highway, Wyoming 82414, USA