Wyoming Highways

Discussion in 'Destinations' started by bcrocker, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. bcrocker

    bcrocker New Member

    Will be traveling through Ranchester, WY in June on our way to Cody. We might want to travel on either Hy. 14, or 14A. Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.
  2. Larry

    Larry New Member

    Wyoming Highways

    Highway US14A is VERY STEEP and winding west of Sheridan. Highway US14 only marginally better. Both are scenic. If you are an experienced RV mountian driver, you won't have problems. If you are not you might find the road intimidating.

    I personally find US16 from Buffalo, WY to Worland a much preferable drive. I like to stop in Thermopolis and soak in a hot spring on the way through.

    You will find that if you are coming from the east the distance is about the same regardless of the route you choose.


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