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Just a short stop. The river is not what it once was as it has been damn controlled upstream, but this is a very significant engineering structure important to the travel in the West when the...
Just a short stop. The river is not what it once was as it has been damn controlled upstream, but this is a very significant engineering structure important to the travel in the West when the... more »
The bridge was great even with my fear of heights and water! Alot of fish in there and it has a trail you can walk a great place for kids to go and check out. Very scenic and just a wonderful place to be with nature and regroup. A definite must for any nature enthusiasts.
Super cool to see the 1876 built Army Iron Bridge at Fort Laramie National Historic Site! It's also the trail head for the Confluence Trail, a 1.6 mile loop by the North Platte and Laramie Rivers
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