Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway

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Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway National Forest Scenic Byway

Route information
Maintained by WYDOT
Length163 mi (262 km)
US 26
US 189
Major junctions
South endPinedale
North endDubois
CountryUnited States
CountiesSublette, Teton, Fremont
Highway system
  • Wyoming State Highway System
Teton Range from just east of Togwotee Pass on the Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway

Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway is a scenic byway that exists in Sublette, Teton, and Fremont counties in the U.S. state of Wyoming and extends from Pinedale, Wyoming for 163 miles (262 km) to Dubois, Wyoming.

Route description

The scenic byway passes through both Shoshone and Bridger-Teton National Forests as well as Grand Teton National Park. Jackson, Wyoming is the largest town on the route which also borders the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole. Crossing the continental Divide at Togwotee Pass, sweeping vistas of the Absaroka and Teton Ranges are plentiful. The scenic road follows parts of U.S. Route 26 (US 26) and US 189.

Following in the footsteps of famous mountain men such as John Colter and David Edward Jackson, the Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway provides access to sagebrush-covered plains and dense coniferous forests.

Major intersections

SublettePinedale00.0 US 191Southern terminus.
Daniel Junction
US 189 south
TetonJackson US 26 / US 89 / US 191 / WYO 22
Moran Junction US 26 / US 287
FremontDubois163262Northern terminus.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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