National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center and Whiskey Mount

Description:

The Interpretive Center provides an educational wildlife experience that highlights the local Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep herd, the largest wintering Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep herd in North America. There is a small fee for admission to the Interpretive Center. The interpretive center has wheelchair-accessible parking, restrooms, and interpretive exhibits. Motor-vehicle travel is limited to a few roads through the bighorn sheep range.

Directions:

Whiskey Peak is located approximately 40 miles north of Rawlins, WY, 76 miles NW of Lander, or fives miles southwest of Muddy Gap on the westside of U.S. Highway 287.

Phone:

307-332-8400

Email:

joakleaf@blm.gov

Address:

Lander Field Office 1335 Main Street Lander, WY 82520

Activities:

Interpretive Programs Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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