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McCullough Peaks, Badlands

McCullough Peaks near Cody Wyoming.

The road that takes you through the McCullough peaks area is dirt and in most places accessible without four wheel drive. This is the view from near the highest area the road crosses. If you take it from start to finish it is 22 miles long. The dirt road takes you through desert, rolling grass covered hills, and areas reminiscent of the badlands.

I saw deer and antelope, but did not see any of the wild mustangs known to frequent the area.

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