Great Motorcycle Roads in Wyoming

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These are some of the best motorcycle roads in Wyoming. Click on each map link for the direct Google Maps route. Send us your favorite routes - along with your pictures! [email protected]

Beartooth Highway

Route 212 (35 miles - Wyoming side)

This 68-mile byway connects the charming communities of Red Lodge and Cooke City and serves as a western corridor to Yellowstone National Park. It's been called "the most beautiful drive in America," and rightly so, according to riders who have had the experience of riding here. Because of heavy snowfall at the top, the pass is usually open each year only from mid May through mid October, weather conditions permitting. The below route includes the WY portion of the road.

Devils Tower Loop

Routes 24, 111, 14 (80 miles)

Ride northeastern Wyoming's big sky country in this loop featuring Devil's Tower National Monument. The southern portion of this route offers wide open roads in the state's beautiful country. The northern portion has gradual climbs and turns with awesome mountain scenery. Be sure to stop and hike around the astounding tower.

Teton Pass Hwy to Alpine

Routes 22, 191, 89 (56 miles)

This is a great ride just south of Grand Teton National Park. WY-22 has many twisties and great changes in elevation through the Wyoming country at Teton Pass. Complete this route through Idaho down along the Palisades Reservoir for a tremendous ride with amazing views.

via Google Maps

via Google Maps

Flaming Gorge Loop

Routes 191, 53 (143 miles)

This route in southern Wyoming circles around Flaming Gorge country—named for the late-afternoon sun reddening the cliffs. Crossing over the Utah border brings you through Ashley National Forest. Connect with UT-44 back into Wyoming for some long stretches along WY-530, but this entire route offers beautiful overlooks of the Flaming Gorge reservoir. There's an abundance of deer and other wildlife, so motorcyclists will want to keep an eye out for safe riding.