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BRIDGER TRAIL

In 1864, Jim Bridger guided 62 wagons through Wyoming to the booming goldfields of Montana. Two herds of wild horses now inhabit this area, bisected by Bridger Trail and dominated by Bridger Butte. With the badlands of the McCullough Peaks in the background, two bachelors hurry across the plain in perfect synchronization.

 

LOCATION: McCullough Peaks, Wyoming

EDITION: Limited Edition of 50

 

 

 

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BRIDGER TRAIL

$1,200.00Price
  • All images are printed on 100% cotton fine art paper using archival digital pigment ink. Prints are signed by the artist and sold un-matted and unframed. A 1.5 inch border will be added to the size.

     

    Mounting and framing options available upon request.

     

    Please contact us for larger sizes.