The Most Famous Outlaw Hideout In The World Is Tucked Into The Wyoming Mountains

Wyoming’s storied past includes legend after legend of cattle rustlers, outlaws, and famous renegades that took advantage of the wide open country and rugged mountain landscape. Read about the world’s most famous outlaw hideout, and plan a visit as soon as the snow begins to thaw.

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Get directions to this Johnson County landmark and learn more about the Hole in the Wall Foot Trail and backcountry camping here: BLM Wyoming.

If you love hearing stories of the past, read about the escapades of Butch Cassidy’s sidekick, the Sundance Kid, and how One Of America’s Most Infamous Outlaws Got His Name From This Small Wyoming Town.