Butch Cassidy and Wild
Bunch Gang Hideout

Hole-in-the-Wall is a historical place in Wyoming.

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The Hole-in-the-Wall is a spectacularly scenic part of the Old West. A red sandstone escarpment dominates the area which is rich in legend of outlaw activity in the late 1800s. It was a favorite hiding place for the infamous Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch Gang.


Hole-in-the-Wall can be accessed from the south on Natrona County Road 105 (unmaintained two-track). See the attached Hole-in-the-Wall access map from the BLM for more detailed information.

Access Road A3 (Natrona County road 105), leads to the Hole-in-the-Wall historic site and the South Bighorn-Red Wall Back Country Scenic Byway. This access road originates about 4.5 miles south of Kaycee. From Interstate Highway 25 take TTT county road for about 17 miles to Willow Creek County Road 111. Travel west along county road 111 approximately 16 miles to the junction of Natrona County Road 105. County road 105 is an unmaintained, 2-track road unsuitable for low clearance passenger vehicles and trailers. Travel about 10 miles north to the Hole-in-the-Wall viewing area and hiking trail. Please open and close all gates that you pass through, as you are within private, state, and public grazing management lands.

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