Wind River Reservation Self-Guided Driving Tours

For visitors to Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Parks, there are two easy ways to tour the Wind River Reservation in your car. TravelStorys Wind River Reservation is a self-guided mobile audio driving tour that explores the home of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes. Fort Washakie High School students have successfully created and completed the Shoshone part of the tour which gives a fascinating introduction to the historical and cultural lands of the Eastern Shoshone people. The tour of the Northern Arapaho people and their area is on track to be completed by the end of this year for TravelStorys.
travelstorys.com/tours/explore-the-wind-river-indian-reservation

If you’d rather ditch the mobile device, stop by the visitors council, any local museum or chamber of commerce to pick up a map of another easy, self-guided driving tour. This map tour offers a full day (70-mile) or half-day (30-mile) trip that highlights key sites such as the gravesite of Sacajawea, the revered Shoshone guide who guided the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Both tours were made possible with the support of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund and Wind River Visitors Council.
windriver.org/experience/driving-tours/wind-river-indian-reservation/

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