Remote Footprints is working to precisely calculate and travel to the remotest locations in each of the 50 United States. We call this unique endeavor–Project Remote. Below is a written account of our 7-day, 75-mile hiking expedition to document the Wyoming Remote Spot. This is our 27th state Remote Spot documented as part of Project Remote.
Euclidean Distance from Nearest Road: 21.7 miles
Distance from Nearest Trail: 0.8 miles
Travel Method: Backpacking
Hiking Distance One-Way: 33 miles
Cell Phone Coverage: No
Public Land: Yes, Yellowstone National Park
Something We Learned: The WY Remote Spot (pictured below) is the remotest mainland location from a road in the entire 48 conterminous United States. There are islands in the Gulf of Mexico that are more remote. We will be documenting those soon…
We documented the Wyoming Remote Spot on a 7-day hiking expedition during our Project Remote 2014 campaign. Much was learned. Details coming soon! Sorry for delay. Feel free to email us if you have any questions about the WY Remote Spot…
Journal Coming Soon….