I, Zeb the Duck, saw the Vedauwoo Mountains in Wyoming.
These mountains looked a little different. They resembled a pile of rocks, all grown together. We took these photos of the mountains.
You can see the lines, or crevasses in the rock.
When we were there, the famous Wyoming winds were fierce.
So we just admired the mountains. Until 1961 this area was used for military training, so you could encounter “unexploded ordnance”. If you do, do not touch it, just report it to the authorities. You probably will not encounter any of this, so plan to have a great climbing experience.
This photo, courtesy of the Wyoming Department of Tourism, shows what you can do there in calmer weather.
This looks like a fun time, but it was too windy for us to try to climb. To reach these mountains, use Exit 329 on I-80 in Wyoming. We hope you go to Vedauwoo Mountains and climb. If you do, please tell about your experience.