Lyman

The destination for life

41.327410, -110.293000

POPULATION: 2,135 (2020)
ELEVATION: 6,706
FOUNDED: 1899

WEATHER AT 4:51 pm MDT:

21.7
°F
74
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The Town

Lyman, the largest town within Bridger Valley, is a close-knit community that is strong in family and faith. Lyman with its rich historic background is a true modern-day example of small-town America. Neighbors care for each other and support one another. A walk down Lyman’s picturesque Main Street and you’re just as apt to see wildlife strolling through town as you are residents or visitors. Lyman has all the amenities you need to make your visit memorable.

Lyman is perfectly suited as the starting point for your high-country adventure or the home base for your adventures in the High Uintas.

Rich History on Display

Founded in 1899, Lyman has its roots as an agricultural community comprised of religious settlers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. From a hardy handful of founding families, the town has grown and prospered over the years. There is much to discover when it comes to the history of Lyman and the surrounding areas.

Lyman Events Calendar

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