Echo Canyon

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The trail through Echo Canyon was an important corridor of travel. Bison, American Indians, and explorers used this natural pathway between the lush grasslands of Wyoming and the salt deserts to the west. They were later followed by wagon trains, 80,000 Mormon pioneers traveling by wagon or foot, the Overland Stage, the Pony Express, gold prospectors and silver miners, the Union Pacific railroad, the first transcontinental telegraph line, the Lincoln Highway, and Interstate 80.

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