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bulletLOCATION ~ Nestled within the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, Washakie County is centrally located in the northern portion of Wyoming. Washakie County consists of two established towns: Ten Sleep and Worland.

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bulletTravelers from the east will embark on the small but timeless community of Ten Sleep as they pass through the scenic Cloud Peak Scenic Byway (Highway 16) after exiting the I-90 corridor in Buffalo. Deer and antelope graze the rolling pastures along our travel route while the amazing geography changes from mountains to badlands in only 25 miles.

bulletVisitors entering the Big Horn Basin from the south will travel U.S. Highway 20 from Shoshoni past Boysen Reservoir, through beautiful Wind River Canyon and Thermopolis ~ home of Hot Springs State Park and the "World's Largest Mineral Hot Springs" ~ and into Worland.

bulletVisitors coming from Cody and Yellowstone National Park can travel U.S. Highway 16-20 to Greybull and then south of Worland. If continuing on to the Black Hills of South Dakota, Highway 16 (Cloud Peak Scenic Byway) is the safety and most beautiful route.


MILEAGE TO WORLAND
Casper, Wyoming
Billings, Montana
Salt Lake City, Utah
Denver, Colorado
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WORLAND-TEN SLEEP VISITOR'S COUNCIL
120 North 10th St., Worland, WY 82401
307-347-3226 ~ E-mail: wacc@trib.com


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