Department of Transportation.
Wyoming Highway 14A, known as the Medicine Wheel Passage, rises from the Big Horn Basin to high elevation rangeland. Named for the Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark, the Medicine Wheel Passage celebrates the rich Native American history and culture of Wyoming. With the panorama of the Big Horn Basin and Absoraka Mountains in the background the Byway provides a unique and informative view into the spiritual qualities of ancient history. Just as its name implies, the Medicine Wheel Passage has always been much more than a byway, it is a passage.
Navigating the Byway:
Medicine Wheel Passage begins at Burgess Junction -- the junction of Hwy 14 and Hwy 14A -- and goes west along Hwy 14A for 27 miles until Hwy 14A reaches the western border of Bighorn National Forest.