The Bighorn Mountain Range is about 200 miles long, north to south, and about 30 miles wide. Located in north central Wyoming, Montana and the Crow Indian Reservation is to the north. To the west is the Bighorn Basin and farther to the west is the Absaroka Range and Yellowstone. To the east is South Dakota and the Black Hills, and to the south is the Medicine Bow Range.
Heading east from the town of Buffalo, on the Cloud
Peak Skyway, are some real Bighorns.
There are more sheep in the Bighorn Range than bighorns.
This herd was grazing in the NE section of the range, along the
Bighorn Scenic Byway.