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Carbon County News

Photo Contest Winners Selected

Kirby-C-HornbeckCheck out the great snaps from our Summer 2014 Photo Contest sponsored by the Carbon County, WY Visitors Council.

The winner is Kirby C Kirby Hornbeck with his photo taken North of Hanna Wyoming. He has won $150 for 1st Prize. 2nd prize went to Jill Gusti for her moose photo taken near Saratoga, Wyoming. Jill won $50. The $25 honorable mention photo was by Andrew Morgan taken southwest of Encampment.

Thanks to everyone who participated. A new photo contest is in the works for November 2014.

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- See more at: http://www.wyomingcarboncounty.com/index.php/things-to-do/photo-contest#sthash.a486zhtG.dpuf

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Welcome to Carbon County, Wyoming

Fishing - Hiking - Hot Springs

When you travel Wyoming, find it all in Carbon County!  Come out and visit this spring to enjoy fishing, hiking, hot springs soaking, local events & fabulous lodging options!

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If you love the outdoors you'll find plenty to love in Carbon County, Wyoming. Rodeos, festivals, microbrew festivals, concerts, parades, dances, wood-chopping competitions, museums, historic sites, natural hot pools, all await you in this scenic paradise. Learn more about all we have to offer in our e-brochure.

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Bottle Creek Tails Drive west of Encampment for approximately 8 miles on Wyoming State Highway 70. Go past the Forest Boundary to the large parking lot (on the west side of the highway) at the seasonal closure gate. The loop trails, which make up the Bottle Creek Trails, wind through aspen, lodgepole pine stands, and reclaimed clear-cuts. The trails provide a range of distances for skier. The trails are maintained to provide cross-country skiing and snow shoeing This trail is closed to motorized use. Restroom facilities are available. Beginner – Expert trails available. Visit Website
 
Brush Creek Trails
Take Wyoming Highway 130/230 south of Saratoga approximately 7.5 miles. Turn onto Wyoming Highway 130; drive east for approximately 14 miles to the Brush Creek Visitor Center. The trailhead is located just north of the visitor center. Restroom facilities are available. Trail is closed to motorized use. The loop trails, which make up the Brush Creek Trails, wind through aspen, lodgepole pine stands, and reclaimed clear-cuts. The loop trails are maintained to provide cross-country skiing and snow shoeing. Beginner – Expert trails available. Visit Website

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