Cody

Named After Buffalo Bill
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Botanical Journey to the Top of a Geological Mystery
Heart Mountain is a unique peak for many reasons. Botanically, it is home to one of the greatest concentrations of rare plants on private property in Wyoming. Geologically, Heart Mountain exists because of what could be one of the largest landslides on earth (still debated). Historically, it was a…
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Great views of Bear Canyon, much of Wyoming and the Beartooth Mountains, and exc…
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Hike to the Top of Colorful Badlands
The badlands of the McCullough Peaks highlight the beauty of erosion. The 6 mile round-trip hike along the McCullough Peak Divide Trail passes through very colorful badlands and culminates at the prominent, pointy summit visible from Cody, providing great views of the Bighorn Basin. The very…
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This is an extensive trail system near Cody that is known for mountain biking, but it also is a great place to go hiking on a cool day. Bears have been seen in the area, so carry bear spray. We began from East Newton Lake and followed the trail around the eastern shore to a junction with a trail to…
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Bird Watching, Sagebrush, and the Shoshone River
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Primitive Trail Passing Sandstone Slickrock & Potholes
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Hidden Gem in Clarks Fork Canyon
Hidden in a small, easily overlooked side canyon of Clarks Fork Canyon near Clark, Wyoming, Falls Creek plunges 100+ feet at Bridal Veil Falls. It is roughly 2 miles one-way to reach a good vantage point of the falls in a group of cottonwoods. People wanting a bit more adventure can scramble across…
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Uphill Trail to Summit Overlooking Cody
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Overlook of Bighorn Basin on Greybull Highway
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