The Breathtaking Scenic Trail In Wyoming Where You Can Watch Wild Horses Roam

If the vast open spaces, ample rodeos, and heaps of cowboy history aren’t enough evidence that the spirit of the Old West is alive and well in Wyoming, then a visit to Sweet Water County should provide conclusive proof. There, living in one of the most breathtaking scenic areas of the Cowboy State is a herd of nearly 1,500 wild horses. If you’ve ever longed to watch horses roam free, this is the place.

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The Bureau of Land Management cares for 16 different wild horse herds in the Cowboy State, so Pilot Butte is just one place to see these amazing creatures. Where is your favorite spot in Wyoming for wild horse watching?