Seminoe to Alcova Scenic Backway
Length: 64.0 mi / 103.0 km
Time to Allow: Allow for 2.5 hours.
Restrictions: Portions of this byway may require a high-clearance type vehicle.
The 64-mile Seminoe-Alcova Back Country Byway lies in South Central Wyoming. As you drive along it, you'll pass antelope-grazed prairie, stark desert, and you'll climb over the rugged Seminoe Mountains. You'll encounter additional attractions along the way including the Alcova Reservior, popular for fishing and boating; Pathfinder Reservior, a favorite of windsurfers; Fremont Canyon, known for fishing and rock climbing; Seminoe Reservior; the Seminoe and Pedro Mountains;and Seminoe State Park. Although the road is in a remote area, the amazing landscape transformations are worth your back-country journey.
The 64-mile Seminoe to Alcova Back Country Byway is set amidst a striking paradox of arid desert and some of the best water recreation in Wyoming! Take the byway from Alcova to Sinclair to explore the state’s geographically rich and recreationally varied south central region.