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“bighorns on rt 90”

Bighorn National Forest
Ranked #1 of 19 things to do in Sheridan
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Over one million acres of scenic mountains, valleys and alpine tree forests: great for hiking and biking.
Reviewed January 6, 2014

I saw it as a kid from rt 90 and was blown away there. im sure 14 and 16 are even nicer. most beautiful place on earth. if barrys landing is there, don't miss it!

Thank cleeeeeeeeevelander
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Reviewed December 1, 2013

1.Beautiful scenery 2.Great places to explore without huge crowds. 3. Fishing and hunting are good for those spots people. 4. Good campgrounds. 5. Usually can view wildlife. 6. Four lodges on top.

One downside is the Burgess Junction visitors center had to be closed to National Forest Service budget cuts. Get your information at the Sheridan, Lovell, or Greybull forest service offices of other local visitors centers. The National Forest Service map is good resource.

I've been going to the Big Horns for 63 years.

1  Thank Jean H
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Last summer, my 14 year-old son and I spent several weeks camping in the Big Horns. We never had a negative campground experience. In fact, we were able to see moose walk through our campsites in the evenings. Wood was plentiful, either collected by us, or purchased from our friendly campground hosts. We look forward to returning every summer.

1  Thank Mary G
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

The Big Horn Mountains are not widely known outside this region, and subsequently don't get much traffic. If you truly want to "get away from it all" in an alpine environment, BHNF and Cloud Peak Wilderness are the place to go during all seasons.

1  Thank taos62
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Reviewed October 17, 2013

We golfed at Big Horn course and the view is excellent up next to the mountains and bring a change of clothes as one whole rain then clouds roll out and shorts and then 3 holes later rain again

Thank BeautifulWinnipeg
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