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Beautiful Views

We had to drive over this mountain range on our way to Thermopolis and the views were outstanding... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
popeadventure
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Woking, Surrey
Backpacking Cloud Peak, Bighorn Mountains, WY

Cloud Peak is the tallest peak in the Bighorn Mountain range in north-central WY. This is a 13100... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2016
brosz
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Colorado
via mobile
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Scenic range of the Rocky Mountains in north central Wyoming, extending 120 miles into southern Montana.
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“Beautiful Views”
17 Jul 2016
“Backpacking Cloud Peak, Bighorn Mountains, WY”
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We had to drive over this mountain range on our way to Thermopolis and the views were outstanding, it feels as if you are driving upwards forever but the roads are good and the views worth it.

Thank popeadventure
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

Cloud Peak is the tallest peak in the Bighorn Mountain range in north-central WY. This is a 13100 foot peak which can be scrambled-up on the SW ridge, usually entering from the Tensleep trailhead in the south end of the Bighorns. The views are spectacular....More

Thank brosz
Reviewed 20 December 2014

Great Place to stay in Billings. People are friendly, rooms are very nice, good location. Have not used the water park area, but looks like the kids have fun. They have a small bar, nice place to have a night cap and meet some new...More

Thank Ernied916
Reviewed 3 October 2014

He were dreading the drive from Sheridan to Cody when we realized we had to cross the mountains The views were fantastic, there was also things to do after the drive up. There was a really nice lake people were canoeing and fishing in So...More

Thank SteveUK07
Reviewed 22 July 2014

Another place we like to return to, partly because of the unmatched views, but also for the quiet. We were a little disappointed to find the Porcupine campground overrun by quad enthusiasts, who weren't the most courteous campers. However, the drive is still gorgeous, saw...More

Thank Kathy S
Reviewed 3 January 2014

It's scenic, there are some great photo stops and when the sun is out there are some beautiful colours in the moutains. It is a little windy but not that sharp bends, overall easy driving. If your passing through the area, this road is worth...More

Thank IOGWFH
Reviewed 10 January 2013

We enjoyed the day exploring all the runs. Unfortunately it was quite cloudy on top so we got lost in the fog. They could use better signage and fog poles. We bought our tickets at Costco for$99 for two. Good bargain. The tickets are redy...More

Thank Frank B
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