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Bighorn Scenic Byway

“Stop at the observation platform”

A 58-mile paved highway over the crest of the Big Horn Mountains, the byway winds past thick forest, lush meadows, waterfalls, and deep canyons. Stretching from the Powder River Basin to the Big Horn Basin, the Big Horn Byway follows US 14 from the west outside Greybull.  

Driving time on each Byway depends on the interests of the visitor and time of the year. Stopping to enjoy the outstanding scenery, the many points of interest, or adventures such as fishing and camping can extend travel time by several hours or even days. 

Along the Way:
On the western end of the Big Horn Scenic Byway, Shell Creek Canyon and Shell Falls create some of the most spectacular scenery along the route. The 120-foot plunge of Shell Falls is accompanied by nature trails and interpretive signs. The site is open 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily from mid-May through mid-September.

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September 23, 2016
Rated 5.0

I loved this drive. I drove through in late September and the vista was serene. I pulled over in a few spots just to gaze at the beauty.

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Adam Shickley

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June 06, 2016

This drive was awesome. I loved how the geological periods were marked as you drove. I pulled a 28 foot camper with an Expedition over this drive. There are a lot of nice pull offs and the views are spectacular. You can see for miles!

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Bighorn Scenic Byway

  • 53mi
  • 01h 00m
  • $8