Little Muddy Creek area, Lincoln County, Wyoming
Location. The Little Muddy Creek area is located in system in the thrust belt of southwestern Wyoming. The locality is in the SW–, T.19N., R117.W., approximately 28 mi (45km) north-northeast of Evanston, Wyoming (Fig. 1).
Access. The area can be easily reached by passenger car by driving about 6 mi (9.7 km) to the west of U.S. 189 on a dirt road. The turn-off from U.S. 189 is about 300 ft (100 m) north the sign marking the boundary between Uinta and Lincoln Counties. The road approximately follows the old Emigrant Trail, a wagon trail used by settlers, which was a branch of the famous Oregon Trail. Monuments mark the position of the Emigrant.
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Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America
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