The trail now dips southeast into Wyoming. Away from the forests and the tourist fleecing activity of the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks I ride into the badlands of the arid Wyoming basin. The locals say that the rivers and streams that go into the basin don’t come out and water supply becomes a bit of an issue at times as some of the reported watering holes turn out to be dry. Yet the arid landscape is very beautiful if you are into barren voids. There is a photo below of one of the majestic storms that careen across the basin each afternoon. As one of these storms bore down on me one evening I actually had to hang onto the tent (again) against the wind and capture the water off the tent to filter and drink (which I’m glad no one caught on camera).
Grand Teton National Park just south of Yellowstone has some lovely scenery.
In Grand Teton National Park
The best coffee in a long time is in the lovely trekking, coffee and brewery town of Pinedale in Wyoming.
Washboard shakes things up a bit.
Not a lot out here apart from a few ‘tax cows’.
Saw this lovely Co-Motion tandem heading into the basin at Boulder.
Colter Bay to Lava Mountain Lodge 86km
Lava Mountain to Camping 103km
Camping to Pinedale 50km
Pinedale to Atlantic City 160km
Atlantic City to A&M Reservoir 126km
Reservoir to Rawlins 90km
4 thoughts on “Wyoming”
Buffy, there are no words. Which of course makes to pretty futile to comment. However I have done just that.
Love you mate, stay safe and enjoy.
Cheers Mike. The Wyoming basin has to be cycled once per lifetime.
Buff ,I see that loud latin music has crept back into your Videos ….🙄, is it the only music you have on your trip?!
Enjoying the blog, keep pedaling
Hey Rob, We all know you love those Latin rhythms! You and Joe Arrovo are kindred spirits in being travelers s at heart.