The Magical Place In Wyoming Where You Can View A Wild Horse Herd

Wyoming is home to impressive wildlife, that’s for sure! We’re used to seeing pronghorn, mule deer, and elk pretty much everywhere, but the rarer wildlife is always a treat to see. Moose can be found if you know where to look, and the same goes for wild horses! Head towards Rock Springs to find a large wild horse herd that’s a delight to observe.

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The Pilot Butte Scenic Horse Loop is accessible from April through October, and both spring and fall are ideals times to visit. In the heat of the summer, the horses tend to stay down in the cooler canyons, and may be harder to spot. The drive is just 24 miles, but you’ll want to plan at least two hours here. Find out more details on the exact route from the Explore Wyoming website, here.