The Tallest, Most Impressive Bridge In Wyoming Can Be Found Just Outside The Town Of Cody

The Cowboy State isn’t known for its towering bridges – you won’t find a span the size of the Verrazano out here, or a crossing with the history of the Brooklyn Bridge. However, we are known for a few bridges, including one of the first tourist attractions in the west. Another famous landmark out here is the Sunlight Creek Bridge. It’s the tallest bridge in Wyoming and it’s part of a stunning scenic drive.

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Have you driven across the tallest bridge in Wyoming? It’s worth seeing any time of year – the Chief Joseph stays clear even in winter – but it’s a particularly beautiful sight in the summer. If you’re afraid of heights, don’t look down!

Address: Sunlight Creek, Wyoming 82414, USA