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Explore the scenic majesty and beauty of Wyoming. The Shoshone National Forest, found in Wyoming's northwest region and a short drive from nearby Cody, is an ideal destination for outdoor recreation.
Spread out over nearly 2.4 million acres, Shoshone National Forest was established in 1891, making it the very first national forest in the US. The Shoshone National Forest shares it's western border with Yellowstone National Park.
You're in for an exciting outdoor adventure when you visit Shoshone National Forest. With more than 1,300 miles of trails for walking, hiking, and mountain biking, you're sure to get your fill of excitement – don't forget about the stunning views.
If you're a fan of horseback riding, make your way into Shoshone National Forest and head for the Eagle Creek Trailhead, Elk Fork Campground, or the Pahaska Trailhead – the very best places to ride in Shoshone.