-UNP-(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.
Pass -PVD- (9430ft): Bighorn
Range; not the highest, but the steepest
and hardest of Bighorn passes because of
the western approach from Lovell.
Lake Pass -PVD- (9955ft):
paved Wyo70 over forested Sierra Madre
Range between Riverside/ Encampment and
Savery. This is a very remote road, but
now completely paved, also called Battle
Pass -PVD- (10940ft):
Beartooth Highway between Red Lodge (Mt)
and Cooke City (Mt).
(6993ft): dirt road/ double track trail
over Owl Creek Mtns between Boysen
Reservoir (4890ft) and Thermopolis
Miller Creek Rd - south(sh)
-UNP-(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)
-UNP-(8110ft) this road follows the
Continental Divide for a while; connects
Middlebury Hill on the CD bike touring
route to Saratoga.
Pass (7620ft): Jim Bridger's
route was an important part of Overland
Route, that replaced the Oregon Trail
|-Cache La Poudre Pass
-PVD- (apr. 8000ft): historical name for
US285 between Laramie (7200ft) and Fort
Colllins (Co), rolling Front Range
foothills. Summit is just south of Tie
-UNP- (8591ft): Laramie Hills; partially
paved Happy Jack Road between Cheyenne
and Sherman Hill Summit. From there
Telephone Canyon descends into Laramie.
||-Craig Pass -PVD-
(8260ft): geographically muddled CD
crossing in Yellowstone National Park.
By appearance indistinguishable from
other points along the road. The pass is
remarkable for its confusing geography.
The road crosses from Atlantic to
Pacific watersheds while going west to
Hazelton Rd northern summit s(u)
-UNP- (8490ft): Bighorn Mountains; good
unpaved road south of Powder River Pass
Aspen Mtn Rd(sh) -UNP- (8260ft):
antennas served with high dessert and a side of
Slip Rd northern summit s(u)
-UNP- (8285ft): southern Bighorn
Mountains; remote ranching road with
Slip Rd southern summit s(u)
-UNP-(8200ft): the east side contains
the most and steepest switchbacks of any
Wyoming road that I know - I walked most
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
Pathfinder Rd(sh) (6360ft):
the access road to Pathfinder Reservoir
descends into an interesting small
canyon of the North Platte River.
Casper Mountain Rd - Circle Dr s(u)
-UNP- (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)
-UNP-(7840ft): a point on the Savery
Stock Driveway, that was used to herd
sheep between Wyoming's Red Dessert and
Colorado's Park Range.
Hill s(u) -PVD- (8340ft):
the eastern approach to Granite Pass and
Baldy Pass in the Bighorn Mountains
Indian Pass -PVD- (8048ft):
Chief Joseph Highway over Absaroka Mtns
between Cody area and Cooke City (Mt).
-PVD- (9142ft): Wy230 crosses foothills
of Mecine Bow mountains between Wood's
Landing and Walden (Co).
Hunt Mountain Rd s(u) -UNP-
(10020ft): Bighorn Mountains; high
plateau road above Shell Canyon,
connecting Granite Pass and Baldy Pass.
Paintrock Rd s(u) -UNP-
(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.
Freezeout Rd s(u)
-UNP-(8100ft): Bighorn Mtns west of
Dayton; impossibly steep walk on lower
east side, but interesting summit area
away from the heat.
Sage Creek Rd s(u)
-UNP-(8100ft): a broad and windy
Continental Divide Crossing of the Great
Divide Bicycle Touring route
South Spring Creek s(u)
-UNP-(9520ft): a forest traverse in the
Sierra Madre above Encampment
Hog Park - Red Dirt Park s(u)
-UNP- (9250ft): road through dense
forest and parks; on southern border to
Deep Jack Th s(u)
-UNP-(9180ft): a point in the Sierra
Madre Range, above the Great Divide
Mountain Bike touring route.
Targhee Ski Area summit(u)
-UNP- (9840ft): ski in the winter - bike
in the summer. ... Sike in fall, and Bki
during spring. Great Teton views from
the summit during all seasons
Pass -PVD- (8950ft): Bighorn
Range; US14 between Shell and
Ranchester; has been part of RAW, the
Ride Across Wyoming.
(apr.7300ft): Laramie Hills, between
Bosler (apr. 7000ft) and Wheatland (apr.
5000ft), 65 miles. Barely discenible
grade on Bolser (west) side, and
windswept inclined plains instead of
mountains; also called Sybille Pass in
Spraque's book "The Great Gates". Does
not have a 500ft drop on the east side.
Mountain Rd s(u)
-UNP-(8290ft): Laramie Mtns north of
Casper; good dirt road leads to a high
forested plateau with an organized
River Pass -PVD- (9666ft):
Bighorn Range; US16 between Buffalo and
Tensleep; double summit also goes over
Muikress Pass (9500ft). Canyon and
badlands on Tensleep side; has been part
of RAW, the Ride Across Wyoming.
River Pass eastern summit s(u)
-PVD- (8380ft): the top of the Bighorn
Mtns are mostly a rolling plateau, so
that the two climbs on US14 are
separated by a drop greater than 500ft.
River Pass -PVD-
7610ft): low pass between Montpelier,
Idaho and Smoot, Star Valley Wyoming.
-UNP- (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.
|-Sherman Hill Summit
-UNP- (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
Range Pass -PVD- (10847ft):
Wy130 between Laramie and Saratoga over
Medicine Bow Range.
-PVD- (8431ft): There is only one paved
road across the Teton Range. It has a
well hidden bike trail on one side, and
is the biggest paved climb in the
Divide -PVD- (5320ft): low
historical divide in the Powder River
(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 trapper
Mtn Rd via Rock Springs(sh) -UNP-
extremely steep approach to Wild Horse Loop
Horse Loop s(u) -UNP- (7580ft) - road
following scenic rim above Green River and Rock
Battle Lake Pass Rd-FR801 Deep Creek
Rd s(u) -UNP-(8270ft):
highest point on the Battle Lake Road,
that is also on the Great Divide Bicycle