South Bighorn / Red Wall Back Country Byway Professional Review and Guide
"A 101-mile Type II byway through the high plains and foothills south of the Bighorn Mountains in central Wyoming. The South Bighorn/Red Wall Back Country Byway travels over the rolling plains northwest of Casper and into the scenic foothills of the southern Bighorn Mountains. The Type II byway, with both paved and gravel segments, is passable to high-clearance two-wheel-drive vehicles.
Passenger cars can negotiate the byway, except for the upper section, which climbs to the sheep monument. This segment can be avoided by following Buffalo Creek on Natrona County Road 105. Special Attractions: Scenic vistas, wildlife, hiking, camping, Red Wall, South Bighorn Sheep Ranching Monument, Rough Lock, historic stock trail. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."