Wyoming Highway 24
|Bear Lodge Highway|
|Maintained by WYDOT|
|Length:||46.72 mi (75.19 km)|
|Existed:||1961 – present|
|West end:||US 14 at Devils Tower Junction|
| WYO 110 in Devils Tower
WYO 112 in Hulett
WYO 111 in Aladdin
|East end:||SD 34 on the Wyoming—South Dakota state line|
Wyoming Highway 24 (WYO 24, Bear Lodge Highway) is a State highway in Wyoming. Spanning 46.72 miles (75.19 km) from US 14 to the Wyoming-South Dakota state line as SD 34, it passes by Devils Tower National Monument.
Route description 
WYO 24 is spawned from US 14 in Devils Tower Junction. From there, it travels in a north–south direction, although the route is signed east–west. It is mainly a two-lane highway from US 14 to near Devils Tower National Monument. When it gets to Devils Tower, it spawns a short spur, Wyoming Highway 110. After passing by WYO 110, it then curves northeast-southwest. The road reaches Hulett, where it intersects Wyoming Highway 112. In Hulett, WYO 24 is dubbed Main Street and A Street. Moving on, WYO 24 curves to the signed east–west orientation, but curves northwest-southeast. WYO 24 passes by some gulches, most notably Reservoir Gulch and Lucky Gulch. WYO 24 then turns south, then generally follows the east–west orientation. It then intersects Wyoming Highway 111 a short time later. There are no further major junctions and towns on the route, as WYO 24 crosses the state line and becomes South Dakota Highway 34.
|This section requires expansion. (September 2012)|
Major intersections 
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The entire route is in Crook County.
|Devils Tower Junction||0.00||0.00||US 14 – Moorcroft, Sundance||Western terminus of WYO 24|
|Devils Tower||WYO 110 west (Devils Tower Road) – Devils Tower||Eastern terminus of WYO 110|
|Hulett||WYO 112 north – Alzada, MT||Southern terminus of WYO 112|
|Aladdin||WYO 111 south||Northern terminus of WYO 111|
|Wyoming—South Dakota state line||46.72||75.19||SD 34 east||Eastern terminus of WYO 24
Continuation into South Dakota
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|