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West Yellowstone WY Entrance - Idaho/Wyoming State Line
Yellowstone's, WY, National Parks volcanic history has been dramatically powerful - and its future could match the past. Yellowstone sits on a volcanic hot spot. Three times in its history Yellowstone has exploded with such power and fury that the world's weather changed. The scale of these eruptions was so immense that it is almost incomprehensible. CAMPING: There are seven campgrounds in Yellowstone National Park: Indian Creek, Lewis Lake, Mammoth, Norris, Pebble Creek, Slough Creek, and Tower Fall. Campgrounds NOTE: For highway travel north via Montana Highway #191 - See Road Map RV Highway guide - City of Big Timber to Montana / Wyoming State Line for driving directions and highway photos.

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Wyoming State Parks and Historical Sites
State Parks - Bear River Boysen Buffalo Bill Curt Gowdy Edness K. Wilkins Glendo Guernsey Hawk Springs Hot Springs Keyhole Seminoe Sinks Canyon. - Wyoming State Historical Sites - Connor Battlefield Fort Bridger Fort Fetterman Fort Fred Steele Fort Phil Kearny Historic Governors' Mansion Independence Rock South Pass City Trail End Wyoming Pioneer Museum Wyoming Territorial Prison Medicine Lodge
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Entering Wyoming
Welcome to Wyoming.
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4.3
Highway Turnout
A small turnout over looking river, large burn area from the fires of 1988. In April and May, Yellowstone, WY; received higher-than normal rainfall. But by June, the greater Yellowstone area was experiencing a severe drought. Forest fuels grew progressively drier, and the early summer thunderstorms produced lightning without rain. The summer of 1988 turned out to be the driest in the parks recorded history. By July 15, only 8,500 acres had burned in the entire greater Yellowstone area. Within a week, fires within the park alone encompassed more nearly 99,000 acres, and by the end of the month, dry fuels and high winds combined to make the larger fires nearly uncontrollable. On the worst single day, August 20, 1988, tremendous winds pushed fire across more than 150,000 acres. Throughout August and early September, some park roads and facilities were closed to the public.
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6.0
Highway Turnout
Another one of the many turnouts. These turnouts occur every 1/4 mile or so.
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7.2
River Side Drive - Yellowstone, WY National Park
You may follow this adjacent drive along the river for several miles.
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8.5
Highway Turnout
Photo view from highway.
5.8
9.3
Riverside Road - Yellowstone, WY National Park
Follows just below main road following the river for several miles.
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11.6
View from Highway
While driving south in Yellowstone National Park.
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11.7
Madison River Picnic Area
Facilities: 7 picnic tables with restroom.
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14.3
Madison Elk Herd, WY
This area is noted for the many Elk seen in the area.
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15.0
Highway Turnout
Fishing access from this point.
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16.3
Mt Haynes Overlook
Access from highway. Mount Haynes, WY is 8,219 feet (2,505.15 meters) above sea level.
12.0
19.3
Harlequin Lake, WY
Hiking Trails Entrance. A short, easy hike to a 10-acre secluded lake.
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20.1
Madison Elk Herd
The elk is the most abundant of the big game animals of Yellowstone Park. Oftentimes reaching the size of a large horse, elk can be seen throughout Yellowstone year-around. The cows and calves oftentimes travel in large groups of a hundred or more during the summer months, while the males tend to travel by themselves or in very small groups, feeding on grasses and tree twigs. During the summer months, Elk can usually be seen in the Lamar Valley and in the northwest sector of the Park.
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20.1
Madison Elk Herd
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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21.6
Madison Junction - Yellowstone, WY National Park
Madison Campgrounds: Facilities 250 camping sites, water, picnic tables, flush toilets, RV Dump Station. Elevation, 6800 ft.
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31.1
Fountain Flat Drive.
Yellowstone, WY National Park
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31.9
Nez Perce Creek, WY
For thousands of years the valleys, prairies, mountains, and plateaus of the inland northwest have been home to the Nimiipuu or Nez Perce people. Today, the 38 sites of Nez Perce National Historical Park are scattered across the states of Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Montana and have been designated to commemorate the stories and history of the Nimiipuu and their interaction with explorers, fur traders, missionaries, soldiers, settlers, gold miners, and farmers who moved through or into the area. There are two Visitor Centers, one at Park Headquarters in Spalding, Idaho and the other at Big Hole National Battlefield, Montana. Both facilities are staffed year around by personnel who can answer your questions about the local area, the Nez Perce People and the War of 1877.
20.0
32.2
Highway Turnout
Access from highway.
20.1
32.3
Mary Mountain Turnout
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
21.8
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Geyser Area & Walk - Yellowstone, WY National Park
Access from highway.
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37.5
Whiskey Flats, WY - Access
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
25.2
40.6
Fairy Falls, WY
Yellowstone, WY National Park
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41.4
Mallard Creek
Yellowstone, WY National Park
25.8
41.5
Biscuit Basin, WY
Yellowstone, WY National Park. Biscuit Basin has small, gem-like encrusted pools and geysers.
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Daisy Trail, WY Hiking Access
Yellowstone National Park, encompassing 2.2 million acres, is one of America's premier wilderness areas. Most of the park is back country and managed as wilderness. Over 1,100 miles (1770 km) of trails are available for hiking. However, there are dangers inherent in wilderness: unpredictable wildlife, changing weather conditions, remote thermal areas, cold water lakes, turbulent streams, and rugged mountains with loose, 'rotten' rock. Visiting wilderness means experiencing the land on its terms. If you choose to explore and enjoy the natural wonders of Yellowstone, there is no guarantee of your safety. Be prepared for any situation. Carefully read all backcountry guidelines and regulations.
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46.8
Black Sand Basin, WY
Yellowstone, WY National Park. Black Sand Basin contains a collection of small jewel-like geysers, and colorful hot springs.
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Old Faithful Turnoff - Yellowstone, WY National Park
Elev 7341' Visitors standing between Old Faithful and the Old Faithful Inn watch the geyser erupt. Built during the winter of 1903-04, the Old Faithful Inn was designed by Robert C. Reamer, who wanted the asymmetry of the building to reflect the chaos of nature. The lobby of the hotel features a 65-foot ceiling. Wings were added to the hotel in 1915 and 1927, and today there are 327 rooms available to guests in this National Historic Landmark.
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Craig Pass and Isa Lake, WY
Both names are used to describe the same location seven miles south of Old Faithful on the Grand Loop Road. At 8,262 feet along the Continental Divide, Isa Lake is a uniquely confusing feature. During spring runoff, it drains into both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans at the same time! (And backwards, too!) The west side of the lake flows into the Firehole drainage and, eventually, the Atlantic throughout the year. The east side, during spring, flows toward the Snake River drainage and the Pacific.
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52.6
Keppler Cascades, WY
Keppler Cascades access Hike in to Lone Star geyser.
35.6
57.3
Spring Lake, WY
Spring Lake picnic area. No trucks, RV's or buses.
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58.9
Divide Trail, WY
Access from highway.
36.6
58.9
Divide Trail, WY
Divide Trail hiking access.
37.6
60.5
Highway Turnout
Old Wooden Bridge with creek.
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60.8
Continental Divide
Continental Divide Elev:8262
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62.6
Delacey Creek, WY Turnout
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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Delacey Creek Picnic Area.
Yellowstone, WY National Park Facilities: 9 Picnic tables, rest room.
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Shoshone Lake Turnout, WY
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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70.0
Continental Divide
Elev 8391
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75.5
Shoshone Lake, WY
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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75.5
Yellowstone Lake - Yellowstone, WY National Park.
Sitting in the bowl of a 650,000 year old volcanic caldera, Yellowstone Lake is a wild and mysterious phenomena. The lake covers 136 square miles, one of the largest freshwater lakes at such a high altitude in the world. It has 110 miles of shoreline and depths up to 400 feet. Evidence shows that this massive lake once drained south into the Snake River. It is populated with cutthroat trout, a species found west of the continental divide, and connected to rivers that flow into the Pacific. At some point, after Yellowstone Lake was populated with cutthroat, the lake 'tipped' with the north bank becoming lower than the south bank, spilling it into what became the Yellowstone River.
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Grant Village, Yellowstone, WY National Park.
Elev 7770 The Grant Visitor Center is located on the shore of the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake one mile off of the main park road at Grant Village Junction. The visitor center and development are named for President Ulysses S. Grant, eighteenth president of the United States, who signed the bill creating Yellowstone National Park in 1872. The facility was constructed during the 1970s and, along with the entire Grant development, was and is a controversial Yellowstone development due to its location in prime grizzly bear habitat (the area is the location of several major cutthroat trout spawning streams).
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Riddle Lake - Yellowstone, WY National Park.
Continental Divide Elev 7988
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Levis Channel Dogs Head Hiking Access
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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Heart Lake Yellowstone, WY National Park.
Camping
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Lewis Lake - Yellowstone, WY National Park.
The third largest lake in Yellowstone National Park, this lake, one can fish for lake and brook trout. There is small boat launch area.
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Lewis Lake Campground Yellowstone, WY National Park.
Camping facilities: 85 camping sites, vault toilets. Elevation 7800 ft.
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Lewis Falls - Yellowstone, WY National Park.
A short distance south of Lewis Lake, the impressive 29-foot falls plunges toward the highway. Do take time to stop and observe this waterfall and then explore the way the Lewis River cuts its impressive canyon to the south. We often spot ouzels and other water loving birds in the stream below the falls. We especially like Lewis Falls in the winter, when mounds of soft snow are often perched on the trees alongside the waterfall.
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Pitch Down, WY Hiking Trail Access
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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Fire Power
This area was naturally re-seeded in 1988
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Photo - View from highway
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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108.9
Moose Creek, Crawfish Falls, WY
Yellowstone, WY National Park.
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Park South Entrance Yellowstone, WY National Park.
Elevation 6886'
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110.7
Snake River, WY Picnic Area
Access from highway.
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110.9
Yellowstone Park Entrance Sign
John D. Rockefeller Jr Memorial Parkway, WY.
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111.7
Picnic Area
Picnic area & river access.
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114.3
Flagg Ranch Village, WY
Camping: Flagg Ranch Village has 150 campsites, with cabin rentals.
71.5
115.1
River Acess
No Camping, No Fires
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115.4
Teton Forest, Sheffield Creek, WY
Access from highway.
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115.9
Picnic Area
Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
75.2
121.0
Turnout
Informational Signs.
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121.8
Informational Sign
Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
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122.0
Entering Grand-Teton National Park, WY
Located in Western Wyoming, the Bridger-Teton offers more than 3.4 million acres of public land for your outdoor recreation enjoyment. With its pristine watersheds, abundant wildlife and immense wild lands, the Bridger-Teton National Forest comprises a large part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem - the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48 United States. Offering nearly 1.2 million acres of designated Wilderness, over 30,000 miles of road and trail and thousands of miles of unspoiled rivers and streams, the Bridger-Teton offers something for everyone. We encourage you to visit this beautiful landscape and experience this unique piece of American Heritage.
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Photo - View from highway
While driving south in the Grand-Teton National Park. The park got its name after the Grand Teton, mountain, the tallest peak at 13,770 feet (4,197 m), in the Teton Mountain Range.
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Photo view from highway - Lizard Creek Campground
While driving south in the Grand-Teton National Forest. Lizard Creek Campground Facilities: 60 camping sites, toilets. Located on Jackson Lake
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View from highway
While driving south in the Grand-Teton National Park.
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View from Highway
While driving south in the Grand-Teton National Park.
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View from highway - Lake Access Road
While driving south in the Grand-Teton National Park.
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130.2
View from Highway
While driving south in the Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
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Picnic Area
Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
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132.6
Picnic Area
Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
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Picnic Area
Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
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137.6
Lakes Marina, WY
Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
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139.4
Visitor Center - Grand-Teton National Park, WY.
Visitor Center, Museum, Campground, Marina, Coulter Village, Convenience store
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Pilgrim Creek Road
Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY
91.0
146.4
Jackson Lake Lodge, WY
Lodging, Restaurant, medical clinic, resort activities, service station.
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147.2
Willow Flats, WY Overlook
Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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147.9
View from highway
While driving south in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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Jenny Lake, WY Turnoff
the one-way road reaches Jenny Lake. For understandable reasons, this place is highly popular; the road in summer is crowded with vehicles. Even so, if you desire solitude amid the grandeur, you can generally find it. Leave your car in a parking area and walk down to the shore. Instantly you are isolated from the world of automobiles. If you have more time, catch the boat that usually leaves three times an hour from the south end of the lake. Near the parking area you will find the Jenny Lake Visitor Center, rest rooms, ranger station, a store, and a campground for tents only.
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150.3
Highway Turnout
While driving south in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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152.9
Pacific Creek Road
To Ocean Lake
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153.4
Pacific Creek, WY
Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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153.8
Pacific Creek Landing, WY
Snake River, WY; access.
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154.2
Teton Park Entrance
The Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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154.7
View from Highway
While driving south in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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155.0
Buffalo Fork River WY
Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY. Wyomings, Buffalo Fork River river is a tributary of the Snake River.
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161.4
Moose Head Ranch, WY
This Ranch is one of the last privately owned guest ranches completely surrounded by Grand Teton National Park.
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Cunningham Cabin Historic Site, WY
Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY. The homestead cabin was built by trapper, John Pierce Cunningham, who arrived in Jackson Hole in 1885.
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Turners Triangle X Dude Ranch, WY
Access from highway.
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169.0
Dead Mans Bar Road -- Photo view from highway -
While driving south in the Grand-Teton National Park.
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Snake River Overlook, WY
The Snake originates in Yellowstone, flows through the John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway, and into Jackson Lake at the north edge of Grand Teton National Park. When the Snake passes over the dam out of Jackson Lake, it wanders east toward Moran Junction, creating Oxbow Bend along the way, and then becomes a braided stream that runs south-southwest until it exits the park just south of the Moose Visitor Center. South of Jackson, the Snake speeds up, merges with the Hoback River, and becomes a whitewater stream as it heads westward toward Idaho. Waters from the Snake eventually join the Columbia and flow into the Pacific Ocean at Astoria, Oregon.
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170.3
Lost Creek Guest Ranch, WY
Photo, view from highway driving south in the Grand-Teton National Park.
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174.6
Teton Point Turnout
Photo, while driving south in the The Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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177.8
Glacier View Turnout
Photo, while driving south in the The Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
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181.4
Blacktail Ponds Overlook
Photo, while driving south in the The Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
112.8
181.5
Antelope Flats Road
Photo, while driving south in the The Bridger-Teton National Forest, WY.
113.9
183.3
Moose Village, WY
Access from highway.
115.0
185.1
Circle EW Ranch, WY
Access from highway.
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189.1
Jackson Hole Airport
Access from highway.
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192.3
Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club, WY
Kelly Campground, Gros Ventre Jct.WY
120.5
193.9
National Elk Refuge, WY
More than 7,500 elk make the winter range of National Elk Refuge their home from October until May. Adjacent to the north side of Jackson, WY, the 25,000-acre refuge includes nearly 1600 acres of open water and marsh lands, 47 different mammals, and nearly 175 species of birds.
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Elk Rufuge Turnout
Access from highway.
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196.8
Jackson Hole Fish Hatchery, WY
The Snake River Cutthroat Trout is the only species of trout that is reared at this hatchery.
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197.5
Parking Area
Access from highway.
123.0
197.9
Wildlifew Viewing Area
Access from highway.
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198.6
National Wildlife Museum & Art Gallery, WY
Features, wildlife and nature, over 5000 art exhibits.
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200.2
Wilcox Gallery
Flat Creek Mini Mart, Lodging.
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200.2
Wilcox Gallery
Flat Creek Mini Mart, Lodging. Elk Refuge Inn.
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202.0
Jackson Hole, WY City Limits
Elevation 6,234 feet. Attractions in and around Jackson Hole, WY: ElkFest, This annual event, includes live musical performances, a Chili Cook-Off, a Mountain Man Rendezvous & an Antler Rendezvous where the Boy Scouts auction of Elk Antlers. This event is held in May. - Old West Days features, theatrical entertainment, live music, arts and crafts, rodeo events, held in May. - Mountain Man Rendezvous and Traders Row, Hawk & Knife, Bow & Arrow and Atlatal competition. Held in May. - Annual Jackson Hole Winter Carnival. - The Jackson Hole Shootout, a reenactment of frontier justice on the Jackson, WY, town square, held Memorial Day through Labor Day, at 6.00pm. - Annual Fall Arts Festival.
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202.4
Picnic Area & Park
Access from highway.
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202.6
Picnic Area & Park
Jackson Hole Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center National Parks & Forest Office Elk Refuge
126.2
203.1
American Legion Post
Access from highway.
126.2
203.1
Teton Movie Theatre, WY
Access from highway.
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203.3
Cadillac Restaraunt & Bar, WY
Access from highway.
127.8
205.7
Groceries
Albertsons Grocery Store
128.8
207.3
Smith Grocery & Convenience Store
Access from highway.
130.8
210.5
Adams Canyon Road
Access from highway.
132.1
212.6
South Park Road
Access from highway.
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218.2
Highway Patrol & Drivers License Office
Access from highway.
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222.1
View from Highway
Looking at the Snake River, WY.
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224.8
Hwy 26-89 Junction
West access to Idaho's Caribou National Forest and Targhee National Forest. There are is an abundance campgrounds in these parks.
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Hoback, WY
Photo view from highway.
142.0
228.5
Turnout & Historic marker
'Trappers Guide' Historical Marker
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229.0
Camp Creek Inn, WY
Access from highway.
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230.4
Camp Davis, WY
Camp Davis (University of Michigan)
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230.8
Wildlife Viewing Area
Photo view from highway.
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231.4
River Access
Turnout with river access.
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Slide Area
Photo view from highway.
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Roadside highway turnout
Turnout & snow slide area.
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Hoback Campground USFS
6250 foot elevation. Campground facilities: 13 campsites located on the Hoback River, Wy: There is water, toilets, RV sites, picnic tables with a picnic area, access to fly fishing for trout, adjacent to campground. Other activities Hiking, horseback riding. Ranger talks are held at East Table during the summer months.
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235.6
Roadside highway turnout
Photo view from highway.
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236.1
Teton- Sublette, WY County Lines
River Access Road
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236.9
Scenic Area
Photo view from highway.
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240.7
Granite Recreation Area, WY
Open Range
150.3
241.9
Turnout
River Access
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242.8
Kozy Campround USFS
This campground is right on the river. There are 8 campsites. Campground facilities: Drinking water, toilets, picnic tables, a few RV sites. One can fly fish in the Hoback River, Wy; for trout, beside the campground.
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243.5
Turnout
River Access
151.9
244.4
Turnout
River Access
153.5
247.0
Turnout
River Access
154.0
247.8
Turnout
River Access
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248.1
State Historical Marker 'Hoback Canyon'
Access from highway.
154.8
249.1
Scenic View
Access from highway.
156.4
251.7
Hoback River, WY
Gas
158.9
255.7
Hoback Village, WY
Access from highway.
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Bondurant, WY
Population 100. Elevation6,588 feet. Attractions in Bondurant, WY: The Annual Bondurant, WY; BBQ held the last Sunday in June at St. Hubert the Hunter Church. This fund raising event draws around 800 people. The money raised helps to maintain the little log church, a National Historic Place.
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Bondurant School, WY
Access from highway.
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259.4
Point of information
Clay Draw
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260.2
Hoback River, WY
U.S. Post Office.
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271.2
Roadside highway turnout
Access from highway.
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275.2
Point of information
Bridger-Teton National Forest Boundry
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277.8
Historic Marker
Turnout and State Historic Marker 'Astorian Camp'
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290.3
Old Warren Bridge
Camping on the Green River, WY
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294.3
Beaver Creek Turnoff, WY
Access from highway.
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300.0
Daniel Fish Hatchery, WY
Fish Hatchery & River Access. Daniel Fish Hatchery, WY incubates grayling, golden, rainbow and brook trout, eggs and maintains stock for the Colorado River cutthroat and Bonneville cutthroat trout.
189.7
305.3
Stanley Junction
Hwy 354 Junction. Gas , convenience store & resturant.
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305.8
Hwy 189
South to communities of Daniel, WY, Marbleton, WY, Big Piney, WY, Kemmerer, WY 'The Fossil Fish Capital of the World'. Some of the world's best preserved fossils are found in this area. Attractions in Kemmerer, WY: Fossil Country Frontier Museum, WY; features the cultural history of South Lincoln County and southwestern Wyoming - Fossil Butte National Monument, shows fossilized fish, reptiles, insects, plants, birds, mammals and animals. - The Pittsburg & Midway Coal Mining Co - Tynsky's Fossil Fish Tours, where you can dig for your own fossil fish.
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313.6
Junction Hwy 354
West access to community of Merna, WY. West access to the Upper Green River & Lakes. Access to the Green River Rendezvous Site, National Historic Landmark. This is the 1830s site where Mountain Men, Trappers, and Indians gathered along the Wyoming's Green River for their annual spring fur trading and rendezvous.
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314.9
Junction Hwy 352
East side of highway. Access to community of Cora, WY and the Upper Green River & Lakes. Access to Bridger Wilderness Area. There are over 600 miles of trails in the Bridger Wilderness. Camping is allowed but campsites must be at least 200' from any lake or trail system and 100 feet from any stream. NOTE: One can not use any Motorized cycle type mechanized equipment, including snowmobiles, bicycles, chainsaws.
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Wildlife Veiwing Area
Access from highway.
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317.2
Roadside highway turnout
Access from highway.
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319.4
Lumber Yard
Access from highway.
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321.5
Wyoming Dept of Transportation Office
Home Center (Furniture Etc)
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322.2
VFW
Access from highway.
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322.3
Services
Gas, Food, Lodging.
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328.9
Wrangler Cafe
Just good home cooking. A lot of the locals eat here.
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329.1
Pine Creek Inn
Pine Creek Inn, Soda Lake access road, A toZ Hardware
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329.3
Pine Creek

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329.4
US Post Office
And directly across the street, is the Outdoor Shop & a auto repair facility.
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329.6
Two Rivers Emporium
Fly fishing shop as well as fine cigars & an Expresso shop.
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329.7
Pinedale , WY - Downtown Area
Here you will find several nice restaurants & various shops.
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329.9
Pinedale Chamber of Commerce and Sublette County Court House
Welcome to Pinedale Wyoming, home of the oldest Mountain Man Rendezvous Pageant held during the Green River Rendezvous every year in July. Originally, the Green River Rendezvous was an annual event where mountain men, trappers, travelers and Indians all gathered in a valley 'below the Green' River to barter, trade, sell, and swap skins, pelts, guns, jewelry and whatever else they needed.
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Falers General Store
This turn off also takes you to the Mountain Man Museum, Fremont Lake & White Pine Ski Area. The Mountain Man Museum features the history of the early Mountain Men and the importance of the early fur trading that took place in Wyoming, leading to the opening of the west.
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330.9
Pinedale , WY - City Limits
This road also leads to the rodeo grounds. NOTE: For highway travel south via Wyoming Highway #191 - See RV Highway Travel Guide - Pinedale, WY; to the Utah State Line for driving directions -- Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - e/9