If you have not yet toured the Pryor Mountains, also known as the Pryor Mountains Wild Horse Range, put this scenic adventure on your list. The Pryor Mountains are divided down the center by a majestic canyon that creates east and west sides of the range.
While the west side contains a more passable road with higher mountain elevation, hollows and the west foot canyons, the east side is home to more flowing mountains, the big ice cave and other smaller ice caves, draws, old homesteads and the Wild Horse Range among other wildlife that includes Black Bear, Deer, Mountain Lions, and other small mammals. Native cutthroat trout fishing is available in the small Sage Creek.
Developed and primitive camping is available in this National Forest. It is recommended to use a rugged vehicle for the rocky terrain of the unpaved road.