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Wyoming Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places (Off the Beaten Path Wyoming)
Synopses & Reviews
Dedicated to travelers with a taste for the unique, these easy-to-use, state-by-state guides will help readers discover the hidden places that most tourists miss — shining the spotlight squarely on the off-beat. If it is funky, funny, little-known, or out of the way, it will probably be found in Off the Beaten Path "RM."
This series covers every state in the United States plus Washington, D.C., the Maritime Provinces, British Columbia, Quebec, Puerto Rico, and selected cities such as Boston and Chicago.
Explore the secluded places and unusual sights and sounds of Wyoming, from the wild — such as the Snowy Range Scenic Byway or the Tensleep Preserve — to the wacky — such as Como Bluff Museum, a structure made of 5,775 dinosaur bones.
Whatever you do when you travel, get off the highway. Who needs more bland rest stops and fast food? Get into the heart of things with Globe Pequot's Off the Beaten Path series. Devoted to travelers with a taste for the unique, this easy-to-use guide will help you discover the hidden places in the Wyoming that most tourists miss - unsung, unspoiled, and out-of-the-way finds that liven up a week's vacation, a day trip, or an afternoon.
Native or newcomer, use this guide to find historical and cultural information, detailed maps and driving directions, admission fees and hours of operation, restaurants, places to stay and much more.
Explore the secluded places and unusual sights and sounds of Wyoming, from the wild--such as the Snowy Range Scenic Byway or the Tensleep Preserve--to the wacky--such as Como Bluff Museum, a structure made of 5,775 dinosaur bones.
About the Author
Cowboy State native Michael McCoy writes outdoor and travel publications, including Globe Pequot's Montana Off the Beaten Path, Journey to the Northern Rockies, and The Wild West. He currently lives in Teton Valley, Idaho, 10 miles from the Wyoming border.
Table of Contents
(1) Introduction (2) Southern Wyoming: Medicine Bow-Flaming George Country (3) Western Wyoming: Bridger-Yellowstone Country (4) Northern Wyoming: Devils Tower-Buffalo Bill Country (5) Central Wyoming: Oregon Trail-Rendezvous Country (6) Indexes
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