Kansas’ 12th byway: The Land and Sky Scenic Byway was officially opened on Oct. 6 2016 at a ceremony in Goodland. The byway, which covers parts of Wallace, Sherman and Cheyenne counties, is the 12th Kansas byway to receive official designation from KDOT. The 88-mile route on K-27 begins in Wallace County in Sharon Springs. Travelers along the Land and Sky Scenic Byway have the opportunity to experience the Wallace Branch of the Great Western Cattle Trail, scale the highest point in Kansas at Mount Sunflower and explore the deep canyons and rugged landscape of the Arikaree Breaks. The byway is also the only one in the state that focuses on agriculture and features thousands of acres of rotating crops, livestock and wildlife along the route.
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