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Falling rocks hamper canyon travel; storm closes U.S. 20

Apr 28, 2017 From staff reports

Increased moisture is causing more rocks to fall in Wind River Canyon.

The highway through the canyon was still closed Friday morning as a new ...


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A backhoe was dwarfed by the huge rock that fell Wednesday from the wall of Wind River Canyon near to the edge of  U.S. Highway 20/Wyoming 789. Other rocks also fell due to increased moisture. 	 WYDOT photo

A backhoe was dwarfed by the huge rock that fell Wednesday from the wall of Wind River Canyon near to the edge of U.S. Highway 20/Wyoming 789. Other rocks also fell due to increased moisture. WYDOT photo


A backhoe was dwarfed by the huge rock that fell Wednesday from the wall of Wind River Canyon near to the edge of  U.S. Highway 20/Wyoming 789. Other rocks also fell due to increased moisture. 	 WYDOT photo

A backhoe was dwarfed by the huge rock that fell Wednesday from the wall of Wind River Canyon near to the edge of U.S. Highway 20/Wyoming 789. Other rocks also fell due to increased moisture. WYDOT photo

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