A “Woo Hoo” is one way to celebrate your victorious climb at Vedauwoo.
Rock climbers from all over enjoy the heights and ventures which Vedauwoo has to offer. This park is 31 miles west of Cheyenne, Wyoming and is at the elevation of 8,200 feet. The scenic route up Happy Jack Road, on Highway 210, makes for an easy path to many outdoor experiences. Opening day for Vedauwoo camping is typically May 15th, weather permitting, but the trails are open year round. There is no entrance fee for those enjoying the park but there is a $5 vehicle fee when using the various picnic areas. Hiking, biking, camping, fishing, photography, bird watching, wildlife, and so much more can be found just minutes from Cheyenne. Good, cheap, physical fun!
Vedauwoo is known for its ties to the Native American culture. It is also a part of the Medicine Bow National Forest. Take your outdoor interests to new heights by climbing the rocks and boulders. It is not just recreation but “rock-creation” when you climb Vedauwoo.
What also makes this park a gem is the spectacular wildflowers which flourish its hills during the spring and summer months. This transitions in the fall to a yellow, gold and red radiant landscape. Then moving into the winter you’ll find snow covered hills, which make great grounds for sledding and snowshoeing.
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