The Wind River Canyon Scenic Byway begins in the town of Shoshoni at milepost 100 and follows U.S. 20 north through Wind River Canyon and the Wind River Indian Reservation. The route ends just north of Thermopolis at milepost 134. Without stopping, the total drive time is about 40 minutes. Highlights include Boysen State Park, Owl Creek Mountains, the Bighorn River and Wind River Canyon Whitewater & Flyfishing Outfitter.
The 163 miles between Pinedale and Dubois comprise the Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway. Highways include U.S. 26/287 and U.S. 26/89/191. The entire route is open year-round and can be driven straight through in about 4 hours. Travel through Dubois and weave your way up to Togwotee Pass at 9,658 feet in elevation, where you'll cross the Continental Divide. Be sure to stop in Dubois and visit the National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center and the Dubois Museum.