In case you missed it, there are still last-minute opportunities to tour the Hole-in-the-Wall country west of Kaycee, but you must be there before 8am to register.
The Hole-in-the-Wall country was made famous by Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch, and numerous other outlaws that used the area to hide themselves and their livestock they had rustled throughout the area.
The Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee is in charge of the tours, and curator Stella Brock explains what people can expect during the tour.
In addition to the actual redrock wall at the Hole-in-the-Wall, Brock said the tour will also take visitors to the Outlaw Canyon area, the cabin where Nate Champion and Nick Rey were killed in the Johnson County Cattle War, and other area historical sites.
The tour begins at 8am at Harold Jarrard Park in Kaycee with continental breakfast. The featured speakers begin at 8:30.
Brock said lunch will be served as well, and prepare to be gone all day.
The cost for the tour is $85 per person and includes the tour, breakfast and lunch.
For more information, check out the website http://www.wyomingtourism.org/ov...