(Press release) — The Wyoming Wilderness Association will host a driving tour of wilderness study areas and lands with wilderness characteristics in the northern Red Desert on June 18.

The tour visits cultural sites such as the Boar’s Tusk and the White Mountain petroglyphs. Learn about the area’s unique geological history, and explore the second largest active sand dune complex in the world.

There will be opportunities to take short hikes at some of the locations. The outing requires a 4WD vehicle, but is categorized as easy and is feasible for all people. Hikes will be approximately 2-3 miles round-trip.

Wyoming Wilderness Association encourages people to get outside and take advantage of the wild spaces and solitude that make our state special. For more information and to sign up for this outing, please contact Kathryn at (307) 672-2751, or by email atkathryn@wildwyo.org.

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