Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Wyoming: Vedauwoo Recreation Area




November 26, 2018

Visit Wyoming: Vedauwoo Recreation Area

Originally, we had planned to hike in Wyoming at the Vedauwoo Recreation Area near Cheyenne. However, mother nature had other plans for us.

When we arrived at Vedauwoo Recreation Area, it was snowing hard, and any hopes to hike were dashed as soon as we stepped out of the car into the freezing cold.

Vedauwoo Recreation Area is home to natural rock formations, some of which stand 500 feet tall.

Created over years of ice, wind, and water, the rocks, which are made of various minerals are spectacular to view up close.

As you can imagine, rock climbing is very popular in the area, but you can also fish, hike, bike, and camp at Vedauwoo.

Named by Native Americans, Vedauwoo means "Land of the Earthborn Spirits." .

Vedauwoo was a beautiful place to visit, and despite the cold, the snow made it a magical scene. 

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