Bighorn Mountain Country and COVID-19
While you can now travel to Wyoming and Bighorn Mountain Country, please travel responsibly to prevent the spread of covid-19. Restaurants and bars in Washakie County can be open under certain conditions. Remember best practices such as social distancing and wearing a cloth mask in public. Other information on conditions and guidelines in Wyoming can be found at the links below. Please use the other resources on this website to plan your upcoming trip to Bighorn Mountain Country. And please, stay healthy and do your part in keeping others safe. We are all in this together.
The August regular meeting of the Worland/Ten Sleep Visitor Council has been changed to Friday, August 14th at 12:00 pm. This will be a Zoom meeting, please contact Julie Cross @ 307-388-0718 for the meeting code.
Worland Ten Sleep Visitor Council
PO Box 632
Worland WY 82401
WELCOME TO BIGHORN MOUNTAIN COUNTRY
From breathtaking mountain vistas through the Big Horn National Forest and along the Cloud Peak Skyway Scenic Byway, to the awe-inspiring limestone walls of Ten Sleep Canyon and the vivid colors of the Painted Desert, eye-candy truly makes US Highway 16 “The Sweet 16.” Called the best and easiest route to Yellowstone Park and The Black Hills because of its low grade and gentle curves in comparison to other routes over the Bighorn Mountains, The Sweet 16 oﬀers plenty of sight-seeing on the way to the small western town of Ten Sleep and the larger Worland, Wyoming. Forests, fossils, rock-climbing, abundant wildlife and more make The Sweet 16 appealing to those of diverse ages and interests.
Drive the best and safest route to Yellowstone and The Black Hills along US HWY 16 - The Sweet Sixteen.#wyomingadventures