Wyoming Is Home To The Largest Living Dune System In America And It’s Incredible

A desert is not the first thing that crosses your mind when you think of Wyoming. However, it not only exists but it thrives in the south central portion of the state. This desert, known as the Red Desert, is home to some pretty incredible natural features such as the Great Divide Basin, a unique endorheic basin and Killpecker Sand Dunes.

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Check out this video of Killpecker Sand Dunes by YouTube user, Exploring the Nature of Wyoming | UWyo Extension.

To get to Killpecker Sand Dunes, drive north out of Rock Springs on U.S. 191 for 10 miles. Turn right at CR 4-18 and then turn left at CR 4-17.