Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway
The Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway extends from Dubois, Wyoming for 163 miles to Pinedale, Wyoming. It weaves its way up to Togwotee Pass, at the Continental Divide, above 9,000 feet in elevation. The pass separates the Bridger-Teton National Forest from the Shoshone National Forest. The road then skirts the southern edge of the Absaroka Mountains and enters Grand Teton National Park before turning south to pass through Jackson, Wyoming and the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole. The scenic road follows U.S. Route 26 and U.S. Route 189.
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163 miles in length
9,558 feet at Togwotee Pass
Map Coordinates (NAD83): 43 45.165N; 110 04.098W at Togwotee Pass
Regulations and Precautions
There are many hiking opportunities in the surrounding mountains and badlands, but nothing directly associated with the byway.