The 32-Mile Scenic Drive In Wyoming You Will Want To Take As Soon As You Can
The weather is getting nasty in some parts of Wyoming, but it’s not too late to sneak in one last scenic drive before the landscape is covered in a blanket of snow. If you’ve never traveled down to Rock Springs for the Pilot Butte Wild Horse Scenic Loop, plan a trip for the end of October and you’ll fall in love with the countryside once again.
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While it’s hard to top the Pilot Butte Wild Horse Scenic Loop if you’re a nature lover, there are plenty of scenic byways in Wyoming, and they’re each worth exploring. If you’re looking for more of a hair-raising ride, travel the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway – it’s open year-round.