Mini Vacay: Shoshone River Canyon and Buffalo Bill Dam

 The North Fork, which splits off from the Shoshone River and flows to the east entrance
of Yellowstone National Park. Photo by Charish Badzinski.
You’ll want to turn down the volume for this video.

Here we take a scenic three minute drive through Shoshone River Canyon, west of Cody, Wyoming. Our drive includes some stunning geography, a trip through mountain tunnels and a quick look at the Buffalo Bill Dam area.

The Shoshone River winds through Wyoming for 100 miles, with its headwaters in the Absaroka Range in the Shoshone National Forest. Look for a post this week about reforestation efforts in this area.

The Buffalo Bill Dam is part of one of the first water conservation efforts in the United States: the Shoshone Project.

Video by Charish Badzinski.

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Charish Badzinski is an explorer, foodie and award-winning travel and food writer. When she isn’t working to build her blog: Rollerbag Goddess Rolls the World, she applies her worldview to her small business, providing strategic communications, media relations and writing support to individuals and organizations. 

Find Charish on Twitter: @charishb
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