Vore Jump Opens to Public
Beulah, WY – The Vore Buffalo Jump site west of Beulah has been opened to the public for the first time in nearly a decade. The site's foundation has hired employees to explain the archeology and help interpret the site and intepretive signs have been added. The buffalo jump was discovered in the 1970's. Centuries ago, American Indians used the natural sinkhole as a way to trap bison. More than 20 thousand bison were killed over the years. Foundation officials eventually hope to build a visitor's center and make the Vore Buffalo Jump a state historic site.