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Motorcycle Roads Wetlands & Wildlife National Scenic Byway37   in Kansas Kansas95 Miles

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By skutertrash
on June 1, 2018

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 Scenery

 Road Quality

 Roadside Amenities

Written Directions

Starting at the intersection of 4th street and Highway 281 head east 16 miles to Raymound Rd. Turn North and go 7 miles to 95th Ave. Turn west and go 10 miles to 60th Ave. Turn north 7 miles to 70th Rd. Jog west to 60th ave and turn north 7 miles (this 14-mile section is gravel turn on 80th to aviod that) to Hwy 56. Turn west and about a mile and a half turn north on Hwy 156. In 9 miles you turn off onto 100th Ave. and take it north 4 miles to Hwy 4. Turn west and take Hwy 4 ten miles into Hoisington Ks.

Scenery

Along the byway, you'll encounter landscapes and communities shaped by the powerful forces of motion and change. You're entering a region formed by ancient and ongoing geological movement, a land of stunning bird migrations, of wild winds, and weather, and of richly layered human history. Everywhere you look, you'll see evidence of motion and change - from rippling wheat fields to the grand spectacle of a hundred thousand shorebirds alighting in the Byway wetlands.

The Wetlands & Wildlife National Scenic Byway takes visitors through Barton, Stafford, and Reno counties in central Kansas. The road moves through radiant wetlands exploding with wildlife; prairie vistas with immense blue skies; and seven rural communities shaped by nature and the entrepreneurial spirit. The marshes that anchor this drive, Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, are international treasures nestled in the heart of America and the Central Flyway.

Road Quality

These are the official directions of the Byway but it is a mix of pavement and gravel.

Roadside Amenities

No much, very rural area. The Wetlands & Wildlife National Scenic Byway takes visitors through Barton, Stafford, and Reno counties in central Kansas. The road moves through radiant wetlands exploding with wildlife; prairie vistas with immense blue skies; and seven rural communities shaped by nature and the entrepreneurial spirit. The marshes that anchor this drive, Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, are international treasures nestled in the heart of America and the Central Flyway.

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