Mountain Rd s(u) (10020ft): Bighorn Mountains; high
plateau road above Shell Canyon, connecting Granite Pass and
Targhee Ski Area summit(u) (9840ft): ski in the
winter - bike in the summer. ... Sike in fall, and Bki
during spring. Great Teton views from the summit during all
South Spring Creek s(u) (9520ft): a forest
traverse in the Sierra Madre above Encampment
Paintrock Rd s(u) (9450ft): west of Shell; access to
remote points in the Bighorn Mtns; can be combined with the
Red Dessert north of Shell, which looks like Utah
transplanted to the north.
Hog Park - Red Dirt Park s(u) (9250ft): road through
dense forest and parks; on southern border to Colorado
|-Union Pass (9210ft): long dirt road
between US26 near Du Noir (Dubois area), and Wy352 about 25
miles north of Pinedale; runs north-south west of Wind River
Range. Crossed by Hunt's Astorians in 1811 and was the cause
of much confusion for its compilcated drainages during fur
Deep Jack Th s(u) (9180ft): a point in the Sierra
Madre Range, above the Great Divide Mountain Bike touring
|-Cheyenne Pass (8591ft): Laramie
Hills; partially paved Happy Jack Road between Cheyenne and
Sherman Hill Summit. From there Telephone Canyon descends
Hazelton Rd northern summit s(u) (8490ft): Bighorn
Mountains; good unpaved road south of Powder River Pass
Peak s(u) (8470ft): this is the southern
point where the Continental Divide splits into the Atlantic
Rim and Pacific Rim; the scenically most interesting bicycle
tour in Rawlins area.
Mountain Rd s(u) (8290ft): Laramie Mtns north of
Casper; good dirt road leads to a high forested plateau with
an organized campground
Slip Rd northern summit s(u) (8285ft): southern
Bighorn Mountains; remote ranching road with steep grades
Battle Lake Pass Rd-FR801 Deep Creek Rd s(u)
(8270ft): highest point on the Battle Lake Road, that is
also on the Great Divide Bicycle Touring route.
|-Sherman Hill Summit (8235ft): Laramie
Hills; I80 crosses 1 mile northwest of old historic summit.
The historic summit can be reached by a 1 mile dirtroad
detour. This was the highest point on the Union Pacific
section of the first transcontinental railroad.
Slip Rd southern summit s(u) (8200ft): the east side
contains the most and steepest switchbacks of any Wyoming
road that I know - I walked most of it.
Miller Creek Rd south(sh) (8170ft): a panoramic
point in the dessert area south of Rawlins and Bridger Pass
Sage Creek Rd s(u) (8100ft): a broad and windy
Continental Divide Crossing of the Great Divide Bicycle
Miller Creek Rd - south(sh) (8170ft): an
alternate route to the Great Divide Bicycle Touring route -
south of Rawlins; the top is also on the Continental Divide
Hydrology Rd s(u) (8110ft) this road follows the
Continental Divide for a while; connects Middlebury Hill on
the CD bike touring route to Saratoga.
Freezeout Rd s(u) (8100ft): Bighorn Mtns west of
Dayton; impossibly steep walk on lower east side, but
interesting summit area away from the heat.
|-Antelope Pass (8050ft): Laramie
Hills; dirt road between Tie Siding and I80. Road follows UP
railroad between Hermosa and Dale Creek. This road also
crosses the old historical Shermann Hill Summit. In these
shallow sage hills wind is often the primary challenge.
Casper Mountain Rd - Circle Dr s(u) (7990ft):
Laramine Mountains. The north side is probably the most
popular paved cycling climb in Wyoming. But the south side
is a dirt road. That's why it's listed here.
Brown's Hill s(u) (7840ft): a point on the Savery
Stock Driveway, that was used to herd sheep between
Wyoming's Red Dessert and Colorado's Park Range.
Pass (7620ft): Jim Bridger's route was an important
part of Overland Route, that replaced the Oregon Trail
|-Birdseye Pass (6993ft): dirt road/
double track trail over Owl Creek Mtns between Boysen
Reservoir (4890ft) and Thermopolis (4085ft).
Seminoe-Alcova Scenic Byway northern summit s(u)
(6900ft): this long remote road connects Rawlins with Alcova
Reservoir; great far views onto the Pedro Mountains and
other Great Basin ranges.
Pathfinder Rd(sh) (6360ft): the access road
to Pathfinder Reservoir descends into an interesting small
canyon of the North Platte River.