Bighorn Medicine Wheel

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This mysterious structure has been used as a worship site for hundreds of years. Not even the local Native Americans know who built it. Some researchers say it is at least 12,000 years old. Legend has it that if you fast for four days within the circle, the ancient spirits will come to you.

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Geographic Information

Bighorn National Forest, WY
United States

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44.826172352098126, -107.92156791700108
Big Horn County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Shell, WY (21.3 mi.)
Lovell, WY (22.9 mi.)
Greybull, WY (24.2 mi.)
Cowley, WY (27.1 mi.)
Byron, WY (28.7 mi.)
Parkman, WY (30.2 mi.)
Basin, WY (31.4 mi.)
Dayton, WY (32.5 mi.)
Wyola, MT (33.3 mi.)
Deaver, WY (33.4 mi.)


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