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Wyoming Byway Highway Guide

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Intersection
Intersection of State Highway #296 with State Route #120 north of Cody, Wyoming. This is where Byway Chief Joseph Scenic Highway starts from. This byway offers spectacular views and a unique history. Traveling this byway affords travelers a breathtaking view of Wyoming, an assortment of recreational opportunities, top-notch wildlife viewing, and opportunity to see where Chief Joseph and some members of the Nez Perce tribe fled after the Battle of the Big Hole.
3.0
4.9
Country Route
Country Route to Hogan Lake, located off Chief Joseph Scenic Highway in Wyoming
10.9
17.5
Bald Ridge Access Road
Bald Ridge Access Road, A viewpoint of Pilot and Index Peaks
13.2
21.3
Dead Indian Hill Road
Dead Indian Hill Road, Dead Indian Pass, is a mountain pass in Wyoming traversed by Wyoming Highway 296. The pass is located along Chief Joseph Scenic Byway and crosses the Absaroka Range at this location.
15.7
25.2
Dead Indian Pass Road
Dead Indian Pass Road, Crandall Road,
19.4
31.2
Clark Fork River
Clarks Fork River, located just off Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, Wyoming
22.7
36.5
Sunlight Road
Sunlight Road, to Sunlight Basin, Sunlight Creek, 7D Ranch,
23.9
38.4
Loop Road
A Loop Road on Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, through Clarks Fork River, Wyoming
26.3
42.3
A Trail
A short Trail, to the National Forest off Chief Joseph Highway, Wyoming
34.6
55.7
Forest Road
Forest Road 174, A Country Route into the scenic forests near Cathedral Cliffs, Wyoming
37.5
60.3
Road XVW
Road XVW, Corral Creek, just off Chief Joseph Scenic Highway near Cathedral Cliffs in Wyoming
38.4
61.8
Petersen Ranch Road
Petersen Ranch Road / Hurricane Mesa Road, Lodgepole Creek Road,
40.0
64.4
Road Xux
Road Xux, County Highway,
41.9
67.4
River Lane
River Lane, A rest area/ View Point on the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway, Wyoming
46.3
74.5
Junction
Junction of State Route #296/Chief Joseph Scenic Highway with Bear Tooth Highway/United States Highway #212. This is where Chief Joseph Scenic Highway ends at.