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Wyoming Byway Highway Guide

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Junction
Junction of Red Gulch Road with United States Highway #14, west of Shell, Wyoming in Big Horn County, Wyoming. This is where Red Gulch/Alkali National Back Country Byway starts it's journey from. The Red Gulch/Alkali National Back Country Byway traverses along the western edge of the Bighorn Mountains. This Byway offers opportunity to encounter both remnants of previous peoples and dinosaurs that lived along this byway thousands of years ago.
5.0
8.0
Country Route
Country Route through Big Horn Mountains, to Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, is an assemblage of fossil dinosaur footprints discovered in 1997 on public land near Shell, Wyoming. The site is managed by the Bureau of Land Management as part of the Red Gulch/Alkali National Back Country Byway and is open to the public.
5.1
8.2
Country Route
Country Route, Dinosaur Footprint is located here on the Country Route just off the Byway
8.9
14.4
Access Road
Access Road to End Oil Road, Needle Rock, Trapper Creek, Black Mountain Road,
10.4
16.7
Trapper Creek Road
Trapper Creek Road, Black Mountain Road,
15.1
24.3
Connecting Road
A Country Route passing through the rugged Dinosaur Track sites and connecting Red Gulch Road with Alkali Road
19.8
31.9
Alkali Road
Alkali Road, connects with North High Park Trail,
21.7
35.0
Back Country Route
Back Country Route, off Alkali Road, Wyoming, Connects with Dry Medicine Lodge Creek,
25.4
40.8
Loop
A Loop Road on Alkali Road,
30.0
48.2
Country Route
Country Route, to Walters Reservoir located just off Alkali Road on the Alkali Flats, Wyoming.
33.6
54.0
Hyattville, Wyoming
Hyattville, Wyoming, a community located in Big Horn County, Wyoming, where Red Gulch/Alkali National Back Country Byway ends.