Hike-in Required
No
Open Year-round
Yes
ADA accessible
No
Guided tours
No
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The Tie Hack Monument is a 14-foot-tall statue that honors loggers who cut (“hacked”) railroad ties out of area forests. The railroad ties where floated down flumes and rivers for the Wyoming Tie and Timber Company. The monument was carved out of limestone and was erected in 1946 by the Wyoming Tie and Timber Company.

The monument is located about 18 miles west of Dubois, Wyoming right off U.S. highway 26. There is good signage for monument on the highway. There is a large parking area here. It is an easy climb up to the monument. In addition to viewing the monument, this location provides an excellent view of the Wind River as it snakes its way through the valley below; it is especially scenic in the Fall. There is also a small section of a flume here.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Spring
Summer
Fall

Congestion

Low

Parking Pass

None

Pros

Historical Monument and scenic views the Wind River.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Features

Family friendly
Near lake or river
Big vistas
Historically significant

Location

Nearby Lodging + Camping

Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming

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