WELCOME TO BIGHORN MOUNTAIN COUNTRY
Explore Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains – Where Nature Meets Adventure. From breathtaking mountain vistas through the Bighorn National Forest and along the Cloud Peak Skyway Scenic Byway, to the awe-inspiring limestone walls of Tensleep Canyon and the vivid colors of the Painted Desert, unsurpassed scenery has earned US Highway Highway 16 the name, The Sweet 16. Enjoy the best and easiest route to Yellowstone Park and The Black Hills. A lower grade and more gentle curves in comparison to other routes over the Bighorn Mountains make the Sweet 16 a traveler’s preferred route. Dining, lodging, a famous Wyoming brewery and the Washakie Museum make Ten Sleep and the larger Worland, Wyoming great places to stop.
The Bighorn Mountains offer something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to go camping, climbing, hiking, or fishing in the great outdoors – this area has it all! During your journey, you can also enjoy wildlife watching as you come across moose, elk, deer, pronghorn antelope, and more. While you explore Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains, don’t forget to stop in Ten Sleep or Worland, Wyoming for a bite to eat or play to stay. Both small western towns feature annual summer events and festivals along with museums that educate visitors on local area history.
Camping, Climbing. Hiking, Fishing, Wildlife Watching In The Great Outdoors
Drive the best and safest route to Yellowstone and The Black Hills along US HWY 16 - The Sweet Sixteen.#wyomingadventures