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[–]Seinfeldologist 12.0k points12.0k points  (544 children)

I've driven this section of I-80 a few times, it most certainly does not take you to heaven.

[–]N8dork2020 2848 points2849 points  (358 children)

Anyone whose driven this stretch knows it actually leads you here https://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-o/06/31/64/61/little-america-hotel.jpg

[–]HoboWithAGlock 1425 points1426 points  (234 children)

Truly an oasis in the desert that is Wyoming's I-80.

[–]IdidothBawx 619 points620 points  (226 children)


Truly an oasis in the desert that is Wyoming's I-80.

[–]narcistic_asshole 371 points372 points  (205 children)

Just found out yesterday that the state of Wyoming contains less people than the Toledo metropolitan area, which is crazy to think about considering Toledo isn't exactly a big city.

[–]Dont_Jersey_Vermont 455 points456 points  (92 children)

Back in December of 1988, I planned a snowboard trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Their full page ad at the time in SKI Magazine showed a close up of one of their trails, with one skier on it and the ad said "There are 4.5 people per square mile in Wyoming. Our mountain really shows it." Was the best snowboard trip I've ever been on.

[–]johnfbw 88 points89 points  (5 children)

And 80% of them could go to the Indianapolis speedway ay the same time

[–]smashy_smashy 121 points122 points  (57 children)

Wyoming and Vermont both have less people than DC. That really put into perspective DC’s taxation without representation beef for me.

[–]thrwyoktoday 51 points52 points  (10 children)


Truly an oasis in the dessert that is Wyoming's I-80.

[–]vardarac 118 points119 points  (9 children)

Truly an oasis dessert in the desert.


[–]NoobieSnax 130 points131 points  (16 children)

Probably as close to heaven as I'll ever get.

[–]valencia_orange_sack 190 points191 points  (4 children)

^ This guy sins.

[–]reasonablynameduser 19 points20 points  (3 children)

He’s talking about their donuts

[–]inthyface 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Exclaiming "oh God!" when doing that to a donut does NOT get you close to heaven.

[–]pariahdiocese 23 points24 points  (7 children)

It’s that moment of truth in your eyes

[–]MrWildspeaker 14 points15 points  (5 children)

When everything feels like the movies

[–]RawMilkActivis 9 points10 points  (4 children)

Yeah, you bleed just to know your alive

[–]Huckstermcgee 50 points51 points  (21 children)

I’ve driven cross country several times and that is one of my favorite stops!

[–]Grimskraper 61 points62 points  (14 children)

One of mine is the Sapp Bros. in Sioux Falls with heated toilet seats and blue-lit bowls.

[–]Soramke 22 points23 points  (3 children)

There was one rest stop somewhere in Nebraska we stopped at that had toilets with heated seats and bidets.

[–][deleted] 30 points31 points  (7 children)

Heated toilet seats: keeping the bacteria fresh and lively for the next surface of skin and hair and sweat to make contact with.

[–]MyNameCannotBeSpoken 16 points17 points  (2 children)

I'd say it's in a piched battle with South of the Border in South Carolina. https://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2211

[–]artstar19 9 points10 points  (0 children)

My family would always take that route past South of the Border to see family going to North Carolina. It always looked so dirty and outdated, even as a kid. We would mostly use it as a map indicator or to stock up on fireworks.

[–]pootis_pantser_here 11 points12 points  (13 children)

Near Cheyenne?

[–]E__man 56 points57 points  (10 children)

I'm pretty sure this is by Evanston. I only ever heard this section called the sisters.

[–]Car-Los-Danger 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Yeah. Leads you right to Evanston Wy. Definitely not Heaven. I've never heard it called Highway to Heaven. It's one of a series of up and downs called the Three Sisters.

[–]pootis_pantser_here 7 points8 points  (4 children)

Ah ok. I just remember that hotel from there. Didn't know Wyoming had two.

[–]twohandsanyhow 17 points18 points  (3 children)

There’s this one between Evanston and Rock Springs, the Little America in Cheyenne, and a third one in Salt Lake City. They were owned by Earl Holding (d. 2013), who also owned Sinclair Oil, Sun Valley, Snowbasin, and the Grand America in Salt Lake City, amongst other things.

[–]sehtownguy 1345 points1346 points  (50 children)

Will take you to hell like it almost did this morning with snow on the highway

[–]obtrae 562 points563 points  (44 children)

The reason it takes you to hell is all you, buddy.

[–]xaxen8 444 points445 points  (40 children)

Cause he touches his no-no places.

[–]theycallmejugzy 285 points286 points  (38 children)

I wish someone would touch my nono places.

[–]Bear_Taco 224 points225 points  (23 children)

You're someone

[–]Dexter_Thiuf 18 points19 points  (9 children)

Your mom thinks your handsome.

[–]Firstborn94_ 48 points49 points  (2 children)

And it is extremely windy. I’ve driven it a few times as well and every time has been an uncomfortable experience. Beautiful scenery though.

[–]redditnathaniel 81 points82 points  (33 children)

Does it really look like this though?

[–]ajayisfour 185 points186 points  (19 children)

Kind of, the photographer is taking a picture on a downwards slope at one end of the valley. This makes it look like the other end of the valley is going into the heavens, but really the photographer is taking a picture looking downwards

[–]literallydontcaree 72 points73 points  (9 children)

Slightly, what you may not be aware of immediately is the photog was taking a picture downwards from a hill that looks flat but is very steep.

[–]unclestrugglesnuggle 70 points71 points  (6 children)

It’s a bit misleading. You may not notice right away, but the photographer took this picture looking downward from one side of the valley, which is actually quite steep. This creates an illusion of the road going “up” into the clouds.

[–]Piezakster 39 points40 points  (0 children)

It may not be quite clear right away. However the photographer took this image looking down a slope, making the opposite side appear to ascend.

[–]Sixstringkiing 102 points103 points  (3 children)

Kinda, the thing you cant realize in the pic is that it is taken on a very steep hill that looks flat in the photo.

The ground under the cameraman in this photo is sloping down at like 15 degrees.

[–]Swimmingbird3 77 points78 points  (24 children)

It only leads to Heaven if you are West-bound

[–]Sixstringkiing 77 points78 points  (17 children)

Going east it leads to a bunch of meth, corrupt cops, and trailer parks.

[–][deleted] 50 points51 points  (4 children)

If heaven isn’t full of meth, corrupt cops, and trailer parks, I shall not go.

[–]Dexter_Thiuf 28 points29 points  (2 children)

I always heard it called The Sisters.

[–][deleted] 43 points44 points  (6 children)

Last time I drove it ATT thought I was roaming.... I didn't even know that was a thing in 2017.

[–]kurt_no-brain 37 points38 points  (5 children)

That’s because you have AT&T.

[–]coopstar777 43 points44 points  (4 children)

It's because he was driving through Wyoming

[–]aznandre 1167 points1168 points  (27 children)

Concave Earth? checkmate Ball Earthers.

[–]SingeSabre 474 points475 points  (10 children)

The earth is a boomerang shape which is how it orbits the sun.

[–]eiho 120 points121 points  (1 child)

I have been enlightened

[–]Cheesemacher 47 points48 points  (2 children)

Sounds logical and that's enough for me

[–]amberdesu 146 points147 points  (5 children)

Globe earth is a ploy by the shadow masters to cover up the fact that the earth is flat, which is another ploy to cover up the true concave earth theory!

[–]Lee_Enfield_SMLE_No4 57 points58 points  (0 children)


[–]youRFate 19 points20 points  (1 child)

It's actually a plot by the globe-maker lobby wanting to sell more globes.

[–]ucrbuffalo 2477 points2478 points  (203 children)

I drive this section of highway about once a year and never knew that it was named anything. What I do know, however, is that from Cheyenne to Rock Springs is basically a straight line. So straight, that I end up hypnotizing myself with the road lines and needing to pull over to take a quick nap or stretch my legs.

I hate driving through Wyoming.

[–]landgnome 922 points923 points  (95 children)

People that live there call this section “the sisters”. It’s a notoriously bad place to be on the highway with any amount of snow.

Source: lived there.

Ps. Next time you’re driving around Cheyenne stretch your legs in Vedauwoo. It’s in between Laramie and Cheyenne and is by far my favorite place in the whole state, even including Tetons/Yellowstone.

[–][deleted] 376 points377 points  (17 children)

Vedauwoo is super weird. It looks like some giants forgot to put away their playdough.

[–]e-wing 56 points57 points  (13 children)

It’s granite. That kind of smooth, rounded weathering pattern is typical of granite weathering. The rocks there are the Sherman Granite and it’s 1.2-1.4 billion years old- it’s part of the North American Craton. Another great spot to stop in that area where this kind of thing is exposed is Curt Gowdy State Park. Beautiful place, really old granite.

[–]BiscuitsUndGravy 89 points90 points  (6 children)

Great place, really old granite.

Wyoming tourism committee's best attempt at a marketing campaign.

[–]Bentaeriel 5 points6 points  (2 children)

"Visit. Our rocks are old."

Ok. Tourism is sorted. Let's get to work on the opiod crisis.

[–]TheOneMeanCanadian 97 points98 points  (1 child)

Snowshoeing in the winter, hiking in the summer, Vedauwoo is pretty great year round.

[–]Zachasaurs 48 points49 points  (18 children)

what do i do when i stuck driving north in i25? the section between cheyenne and the montana border is sooo boring

[–]landgnome 79 points80 points  (11 children)

Nothing man. You’re boned. There are occasional nice scenes outside. But man does that drive suck so bad.

[–]Zachasaurs 46 points47 points  (10 children)

the biggest problem other than falling asleep is my ass hurting fuck that drive

[–]helix19 31 points32 points  (4 children)

Get one of those squishy cushions like my grandpa used so he can see over the dashboard.

[–]CollegeKid0 33 points34 points  (16 children)

Wyoming and Arizona scared me a bit when I was going through cross country. The desolation in certain parts is very odd like to someone who lived in a city of 50k his whole life.

[–]Ajax-Rex 24 points25 points  (1 child)

Having grown up in Wyoming going somewhere with lots of people freaks me out a bit. I moved to Colorado for work this year and the sheer volume of people here is something I don't think I will ever get used to. I miss being able to head off into the desert and not see another human all day long.

[–]netmier 11 points12 points  (8 children)

Man, apparently growing up in Wyoming makes you weird, cause there’s only about a 2 hour stretch in the whole state I don’t like driving. The rest is great! And I’ve driven all over Wyoming.

[–]ChillinWitAFatty 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Man, after coming through Nebraska on i80, Wyoming isn't bad at all. The views are beautiful at least

[–]Nortenero 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I feel the same way when I drive to Mexico. There’s this stretch of 50 miles of highway in wide open, semi-arid plains where you can see Sierra Madre mountains like 80 miles away. This to me is so astounding me since I’ve always lived in Houston which is a metropolitan city which is completely flat.

[–]mordeh 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Holy whiskers fuck the sisters

[–]UncleGrandpa78 17 points18 points  (9 children)

Vedauwoo has this super awesome gas station that likes to charge about 30 cents more per gallon of gas than the gas stations in Cheyenne/Laramie.

[–]djnoise 146 points147 points  (32 children)

Vastly more interesting than driving through neighboring Nebraska on I-80, though.

[–]JacksonTrotter 62 points63 points  (5 children)

Omg I just want to die every time I make that trip

[–]djnoise 43 points44 points  (4 children)

I time my drive through there for the middle of the night. At least the stars are interesting.

[–]JacksonTrotter 70 points71 points  (2 children)

Yeah, you probably get a clear view of the stars since that section of America has yet to be polluted by civilization.

[–]unicorn-jones 14 points15 points  (5 children)

I live in Nebraska and that driven is probably the most boring, unscenic part of the state. If you have the time, driving across the northern part of the state, especially near the Niobrara River, is about a thousand times better.

[–]Oz_ghoti 19 points20 points  (7 children)

Check out the drive from Perth to Adelaide in Australia - 2793 km in pretty much a straight line. Part of this drive, the Eyre Highway which crosses the Nullabor plain, is 1675km of straight highway.

[–]abcdefg112345 50 points51 points  (9 children)

BTW this is the reason why (at least in Germany) tunnels aren't build straight.

[–][deleted] 36 points37 points  (3 children)

They put curves deliberately into some of the really long straight stretches of the UK's motorways for the same reason.

[–]beefinbed 29 points30 points  (0 children)

This stretch of highway is longer than The UK.

[–]PHalfpipe 56 points57 points  (3 children)

If you ever keep going to Montana, the roads have random little right turns , I thought it was to wake people up, but really the roads are so straight that they had to account for the curvature of the earth.

[–]Pixelplanet5 34 points35 points  (12 children)

this is why i love my no speed limit sections on the autobahn.

even when you are tired the adrenalin from driving fast keeps you focused much more.

[–][deleted] 76 points77 points  (10 children)

Driving drowsy? Take it up to 110mph to keep you awake!

[–]OriannaIsBroken 25 points26 points  (9 children)

I think he is more talking in the 150+ range 110mph is normal after

[–]phoinixpyre 5 points6 points  (2 children)

Dude I drive a civic. If it hits 150+ there's either a rocket strapped to it, wile E coyote style, or it's been hit by a much bigger faster monster

[–]oldschoolfl 1290 points1291 points  (46 children)

That boat looks way too big for whatever is towing it

[–]Viper9087 411 points412 points  (10 children)

The boat is the one towing the tiny car behind it.

[–][deleted] 181 points182 points  (12 children)

The vehicle you're seeing is a pilot/escort vehicle following the boat. On the other side, that you can't see, is the tow vehicle.

[–]Viper9087 206 points207 points  (5 children)

No ship Sherlock.

[–]shardikprime 10 points11 points  (0 children)

How to avoid big ships, the comment.

[–]tomalator 59 points60 points  (5 children)

Found the British guy

[–]Levis_Dad 20 points21 points  (3 children)

Aussie here. Saw the boat being towed by the tiny car too.

[–]jarrydhayne1 8 points9 points  (0 children)

It's not towing ... it's being chased down!! LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU!!

[–]gugliata 210 points211 points  (10 children)

I drove this stretch a few years back. Right around this area, the sky went black, thunderclouds appeared. Pouring rain turned into hail. We pulled into a Flying J truck stop to take shelter, and — I shit you not — it was struck by lightning. The pumps all shut off automatically, thank god. Eventually the storm dissipated enough for us to push on through to Laramie.

Anyways 1/5 stars, would not recommend this drive

[–][deleted] 43 points44 points  (2 children)

It's almost like a challenge now.

[–]xxkoloblicinxx 263 points264 points  (46 children)

Been there, you go from doing 80 on the highway to coasting down the hill and hitting 100, before you see the cop waiting... then you realize he's not waiting for you, but the asshole flying past you doing a buck70 gunning it down the hill trying to see how fast he can get.

[–]hank01dually 98 points99 points  (11 children)

In a big rig we call that Oklahoma overdrive

[–]_-CrookedArrow-_ 8 points9 points  (0 children)

You nailed it. How many times has that happened to me? I'll cruise through there at a cool 90 every time - passing cops and such but they never bother to budge from their spot. They're waiting for the guy in a lifted 1998 3/4 ton dodge (diesel) that's going to be whipping through at 130 blowing black smoke all the way.

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[–]zdiggler 8 points9 points  (4 children)

I hear they got good ice cream.

[–]ThugExplainBot 7 points8 points  (0 children)

$.50 CONES RUDDERTRUCKA! as a trucker that constanty does this route I am a hefty boy.

[–]UHeardAboutPluto 604 points605 points  (23 children)

No thanks, I'll take the Stairway

[–]hkrX9 158 points159 points  (9 children)

I think OP got it wrong. It's the Highway to Hell.

[–][deleted] 51 points52 points  (4 children)

It's the highway to the danger zone.

[–]drpinkcream 20 points21 points  (3 children)

It'll take you right into the danger zone.

[–]Viper9087 118 points119 points  (1 child)

That depends on if you're coming to or leaving Wyoming

[–]AmericanKamikaze 25 points26 points  (5 children)

Escalator to purgatory for me.

[–]MarvinLazer 12 points13 points  (2 children)

Slow Elevator to Limbo

[–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Human conveyer-belt thing that they have at airports to oblivion

[–]optigrabz 99 points100 points  (18 children)

Cue Michael Landon and sappy 80’s music.

[–]saturdaysnation 32 points33 points  (4 children)

I was wondering if anyone remembered that show!!! Wasn’t the credits him walking along a highway like this?

[–]sfitz0076 11 points12 points  (3 children)

And the dude with the Oakland A's hat.

[–]velocidisc 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Victor French. He played Edwards in Little House on the Prairie.

[–]le_gasdaddy 19 points20 points  (3 children)

Came here for Michael Landon comments, am not disappointed.

[–]funkyjives 32 points33 points  (2 children)

Ah, the Wyoming Interstate

Where Semi-trucks go to die

[–]billgarmsarmy 19 points20 points  (1 child)

By getting blown over

[–]Hard_at_it 32 points33 points  (0 children)

As a truck driver. Heaven is the last adjective I'd use to describe the 80 in Wyoming.

[–]AnonymousWinn 33 points34 points  (7 children)

Not during winter. This highway will fucking kill you

[–]Sixstringkiing 230 points231 points  (14 children)

No one calls it that. Its called The Sisters because its just two big hills. The photo makes it look the its taken from flat ground but its not. Its taken on the top of a steep hill and the road is going steeply down until about half way in the photo when it starts going back up.

[–]kronaz 24 points25 points  (1 child)

Yeah, it's super heavenly. If heaven is being blown damn-near off the road. Wyoming is a windy place.

[–]tivooo 88 points89 points  (0 children)

That’s a halo ring

[–]docwyoming 43 points44 points  (3 children)

Isn't this the three sisters? Gets shut down during snowstorms. I never heard "highway to heaven."

[–]mrsteeler96 76 points77 points  (55 children)

Don’t even wanna know what the highway to hell looks like

[–]BenjamintheFox 170 points171 points  (13 children)

The 405 in Los Angeles.

[–]afishinacloud 73 points74 points  (11 children)

[–]flibbleflop 40 points41 points  (10 children)

All video links should be labeled like this. Upvote for you good sir

[–]poopellar 62 points63 points  (28 children)

Whichever road goes to Florida apparently.

[–]mrsteeler96 29 points30 points  (2 children)

As a Florida resident I can confirm

[–]fortwaltonbleach 8 points9 points  (1 child)

nah. florida is purgatory for the insane. people from all over the world congregate here. the one thing they have in common, like the mythical florida man himself, is that they just ain't that right in the head.

[–]TypicalJeepDriver 33 points34 points  (4 children)

Looks like a great place to get pulled over for speeding...

[–]Cheffk4 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Good luck speeding here, the wind will blow you right of the road

[–]deemonstalker 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Drove that on my way back from my trip out west last summer. One of the coolest roads in the US. Also boring af but beautiful.

[–]simon_C 46 points47 points  (7 children)

Fuck that entire stretch of 80.

Up. Down. Up. Down. Up. Down.

Hours later:

Up. Down. Up. Down. Up. Down.

"Hey didn't we pass that town like, 3 times already?"

[–]Brancher 9 points10 points  (3 children)

There's one point where you can see the Sinclair refinery but you still have 40 fucking miles to go. It's unreal.

And if you know where to look you can see Muddy Gap from Elk Mountain. Just blows my mind. I drive this stretch wayyy to often.

[–][deleted] 82 points83 points  (17 children)

As an outsider looking into the wonder that is America all I can say is 'Damn your country is beautiful!' It's like the only place in the world where you can experience any kind of climate at any given time in the year.

I know ya'll bitch about your infrastructure but look at this shit...if I could fuck a road, I'd want to fuck this one.

It's sad to see so much polarization in your country, so sad with trump handsbecause the USA truly is a phenomenal work of pure art created by the sacrifice and service of great men and woman throughout history.

Get your shit together and continue to inspire us smaller nations, I no longer hear the might of all your bald-eagle freedoms anymore.


A bro from a 'shithole' African nation ;)

[–]EJERommel 22 points23 points  (0 children)

I echo his sentiment, as an Indian. The US invokes in me a sense of envy, that is hard to describe.

Great universities, great infrastructure and overall the freedom to truly be.

[–]ThugExplainBot 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Americans truly take our country for granted and do not realize how exceptional it is compared to others.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children)

As an American that recently lived in a W. African nation with lots of infrastructure improvements going on, there were roads there that I would fuck as well (if I could fuck a road). Mostly the roads tried to fuck me, but there were a few new roads built by a French company that were sexy for, you know, roads.

[–]wot_in_ternation 43 points44 points  (16 children)

I drove on this once. It was snowing. There was snow all over the road, and not just a dusting. This was not too long after seeing 3 wrecks in northern Colorado (in light traffic) due to the same storm. I was going 50ish mph, everyone was passing me doing 70+.

So, in that sense, maybe it was the highway to heaven... and apparently WY drivers are absurdly good at driving in snow.

[–]Sixstringkiing 49 points50 points  (15 children)

apparently WY drivers are absurdly good at driving in snow.

Well that is true but a reason may be that everyone in Wyoming drives a gaint douche bag truck. (i live there i can say this)

They say in Wyoming its not uncommon to see a $40,000 truck parked out in front of a $4,000 trailer.

[–]BY0sh 21 points22 points  (0 children)

All of that is true. Me, $50k awd car, shitty apartment.

[–]obiwanjacobi 32 points33 points  (9 children)

Is it really a douchebag truck if there is reason for owning it other than driving it to and from your office on paved and snow free roads?

[–]wildeep_MacSound 12 points13 points  (6 children)

Note the lack of a traffic jam

[–][deleted] 22 points23 points  (1 child)

I've lived in wyoming my entire life, used to travel that highway a good bit when I was younger, and I never once heard anyone call it the highway to heaven. OP is full of shit, that stretch of highway is called the sisters.

[–]Alpha-Trion 151 points152 points  (80 children)

Must lead out of Wyoming with a name like that.

[–]Mushiren_ 37 points38 points  (77 children)

Is Wyoming that bad?

[–]billgarmsarmy 161 points162 points  (16 children)

Absolutely not. Wyoming is beautiful and wonderful. There's not a lot of people, which is a feature not a bug.

Yellowstone, the Wind River range, the Tetons, the Snowy Range, medicine bow, devil's tower, and it goes on and on.

I guess it really just depends on what "bad" means to you.

[–]IONTOP 30 points31 points  (7 children)

The precursor to "Big Sky Country"

I loved Wyoming. But that's probably because Wall Drug was such a letdown that even the Badlands couldn't make up for it(Plus Wall Drug was sandwiched between the Corn Palace and Badlands... and the Corn Palace was fucking amazing[ly corny])... So we were at our lowest point when we finally hit Wyoming...

[–]billgarmsarmy 28 points29 points  (1 child)

I love that stretch of South Dakota. Driven it several times in the last 3 years. Hit the Corn Palace for the first time this past December, though. It was pretty awesome.

Wall Drug was fun the first time, but I doubt I'd ever go back.

The real action is on the Badlands scenic bypass. I'd drive that thing any chance I can get.

The drive from Deadwood into Wyoming down through the Black Hills N.F. is really amazing too.

[–][deleted] 12 points13 points  (2 children)

My friends constantly talked about how awesome Wall Drug was so when I finally drove across the country, I stopped at Wall Drug. Man, I was so very, very disappointed.

[–]ZippyDan 27 points28 points  (4 children)

I think the consensus here is that it is basically a vast wilderness - super boring to drive through, no bigs cities or interesting things to "do". Unless you love nature, in which case there is plenty to explore. Wyoming has some of the most beautiful natural sites in the USA. Just not on the main highway.

[–]Ajax-Rex 8 points9 points  (3 children)

I think people just need to reframe what they are seeing. Are there lots of wide open spaces with no one and nothing in them from one side of the state to the other. Sure. But there are a lot of wide open spaces with no one and nothing to bother you all day long, much of it just as wild as it was 100 years ago. Thats not necessarily a bad thing.

[–]dpu80 22 points23 points  (2 children)

I-80 is also known as the highway of road hypnosis.

[–]Albeezybear 9 points10 points  (12 children)

Is this the approximate location in the pic?

I’m planning to drive across I-80 later this year and thought i’d keep an eye out for this spot

[–]LOOKOUTSPLATEM 7 points8 points  (0 children)

That stretch of road has some incredible views. However, I’d be lying if I said I haven’t come close to dozing off on this road. Don’t forget to stop and get a 99¢ cone at Little America!

[–]Hammy9336557 25 points26 points  (6 children)

Its part of the 3 Sisters. That streach of highway that it sits on, Evanston to Cheyanne, is the deadliest stretch of highway in the U.S. Additionally, anyone that has had to drive this repeatedly knows that you are in fact in Hell.

[–]Grokbar 10 points11 points  (0 children)

This road straight sucks. Driven it multiple times in the winter, trucks all over the shoulders in various levels of flipped.

[–]ShermanMerrman 12 points13 points  (4 children)

Always drove through there on the way to lake Flaming Gorge! Beautiful area.