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Oregon Trail

Listed under Road Trips in Wyoming, United States.

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This actual trail, made famous by the video game, is one of the oldest known trails found along the Missouri River. The route was used for fur traders and emigrants, famously using wagons. Lewis and Clark's actual routes can be found in modern day Wyoming. To follow parts of the trail take Highway 220 West in Wyoming and then onto U.S. 287. Continue your journey west on Wyoming Highway 28, south on Wyoming Highway 372, and then west on Interstate 80.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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