Battle Pass Scenic Byway
A Classic Western Adventure
A classic Western history story is on full view along the Battle Pass Scenic Byway, a 57-mile-long road named for Wyoming fur trapper, Henry Fraeb’s skirmish that stretches across the majestic Sierra Madre Mountains of the Medicine Bow National Forest. Discover a stunning landscape of lush pine trees, epic mountain vistas, and the wide open plains of the Old West as history comes alive before your eyes. From the remnants of log cabins scattered throughout mining ghost towns to a large aspen grove planted over one hundred years ago, historic places and exquisite scenery unite on southeastern Wyoming’s Battle Pass Scenic Byway.
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