From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living.
Up till now all my travels in Wyoming have been on the far western part of the state, mainly revolving around Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons NPs.
But I got done with it and now it was time to move on to the central and eastern part of the state. One of the things that makes Cody, Wyo., a very good basecamp is its location in-between Yellowstone on the west and the Bighorn Mountains in the central part of the state.
No trip to Wyoming would be complete without a trip to the Bighorns, so they were next on my agenda. Below is a map of my travels through the central part of the state which are coming up so you can see the big picture.
The Bighorn Range and its National Forest is on a very high plateau that rises sharply out of the plains below them. Because the climb up into the National Forest is so sharp and steep, there are only three roads that cross over it.
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