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    Mormon Pioneer

    National Historic Trail IL,IA,NE,UT,WY

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I obtain a map and brochure for the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail?

Trail brochures may be obtained from a number of locations, including the National Trails Intermountain Region office in Salt Lake City, Utah. The "Contact Us" link in the left navigation menu has information for writing or calling the office. Many museums and visitor centers along the trail also have these same brochures. The Links and Resources page will provide a sample of some of these sites along the trail.

Where can I find Mormon Trail Passport Cancellation Stations for the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail?

There are several locations along this 1,300 mile historic route that have NPS Passport cancellation stations.

Did You Know?

Mewxican Hill near Guernsey, Wyoming.

To keep their wagons from rolling over their oxen teams, Mormon Pioneers found it necessary to lock the rear wheels of their wagons as they descended this steep, rocky road known as Mexican Hill near Guernsey, Wyoming. Image is courtesy of the Wagner Perspective. More...