Shoshone River Pathway

Description:

The Shoshone River Pathway is a segment in a network of trails in and around Cody, Wyoming. The Shoshone River Pathway (Stock Nature Trail) provides access to 55 acres of Bureau of Reclamation withdrawn lands managed under a Memorandum of Understanding by the city of Cody. Approximately 3/4 miles of gravel surfaced trail winds through upland and riparian vegetation communities along the scenic Shoshone River. On-site facilities include a restroom, resting benches and interpretive signage. An abundance of wildlife, including resident and migratory birds and large and small mammals can be viewed in the area. The trail also provides access to blue ribbon trout fishing.

Directions:

The trail is accessed from River View Drive in Codys Canyon View subdivision.

Phone:

307-261-5628

Email:

Address:

Wyoming Area Office P.O. Box 1630 Mills, WY 82644

Activities:

Fishing Hiking Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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