• Red cliffs descend into the water of Bighorn Canyon

    Bighorn Canyon

    National Recreation Area MT,WY

Directions - Horseshoe Bend And Barrys Landing

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Barry's Landing launch ramp
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Directions to Horseshoe Bend And Barry’s Landing from Lovell, Wyoming
From the Bighorn Canyon Visitor Center in Lovell, Wyoming to Horseshoe Bend:

  • Head east on Highway 14A for 2.3 miles
  • Turn left onto Wyoming 37 and head north for 10 miles
  • Take a right at the Horseshoe Bend turnoff and go 2 miles
  • Arrive at the Horseshoe Bend Launch Ramp and Marina

From the Bighorn Canyon Visitor Center in Lovell, Wyoming to Barry’s Landing:

  • Head east on Highway 14A for 2.3 miles
  • Turn left onto Wyoming 37 and head north for 28 miles
  • Turn right at the Barry’s Landing turnoff and go 2 miles
  • Arrive at Barry’s Landing

Did You Know?

Bighorn Canyon rock layers as seen from the lake, photo by Sharon Genaux

While the height of the rim of Bighorn Canyon varies dramatically, the entire length of the rim is the same rock layer – the Madison Limestone. More...