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Brooks Creek Falls,Wyoming

Brooks Creek Falls, Togwotee (TOE-gah-tee) Pass

(twenty five miles west of Dubois) Park in Falls Campground and take a short hike on the trail that starts at the campground. This is an especially great spot to soak your feet on a summer day.

There are hugely impressive views of Pinnacle Buttes along the opposite side of the main road (US Hwy 26/287).
The beautiful Brooks Lake nearby offers remote camping and quiet canoeing. A number of lodges and guest ranches spread across the vicinity.

Brooks Creek Falls, Wyoming
Brooks Creek Falls, Wyoming



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