Bighorn
National Forest

Bighorn National Forest is located in northern Wyoming, United States and consists of over 1.1 million acres (4,500 km²). Created as a US Forest Reserve in 1897, it is one of the oldest government-protected forest lands in the U.S. The forest is well east of the continental divide and extends from the Montana border for a distance of 80 miles (130 km) along the spine of the Big Horn Mountains, an …
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Alpine Lakes Surrounded by Dramatic Cirque
At Lost Twin Lakes, thousand foot cliffs tower over a pair of pristine alpine lakes – making it one of the classic destinations in the Cloud Peak Wilderness and Bighorn National Forest. At a round trip distance of close to 12 miles from West Tensleep Lake Trailhead, it is a good candidate for a…
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Brook-Trout Filled Stream Flowing Through Bighorns
River in WY, MT
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Highest Point in Bighorn Range
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Fire Memorial and Reforestation Site
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Spot of the 1800 Acre Intermission Fire
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View of Massive Stone Blocks Across Canyon
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Small Campground in the Bighorns Overlooking a Flat
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Easy Trail Through Forest to Bucking Mule Falls
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View of Dayton Area From Hairpin Turn
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Trail Down Willow Creek, Duncum Creek and Wagonbox Creek to the Little Bighorn Canyon
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Access to Cloud Peak Wilderness
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Short but Strenuous Trail to Base of Falls
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