Wyoming boasts some of the most awe-inspiring views in the Rocky Mountains. From Yellowstone National Park, to the Wind River Range, Bighorn Mountains and down to the Snowy Range, it’s no surprise that one of the best ways to take advantage of these views in the winter is on ski or snowshoe.
Do you remember the starry-eyed look your kid gave you the first time you took them to Disneyland? Or maybe even a local amusement park? Their cotton-candy-and-carousel-induced euphoria had you feeling like you could do no wrong. Fast forward a decade and your angsty teenager hasn’t given you a look of approval in years. Somehow… Read more »
Winter in Wyoming is arguably the best season with an abundance of snow sports, thermal features and wide-open skies. Traveling with your family across the state allows you to experience the wide diversity of recreational opportunities throughout the coldest months. Visit Hot Springs State Park in Thermopolis The hot springs of Thermopolis are even more… Read more »
Not all of Wyoming’s creatures hibernate in the winter. In fact, winter offers many opportunities to see Wyoming’s wildlife through a whole new light. Bison, elk, birds and many more types of wildlife make the snow covered plains and mountains of Wyoming their winter home. Fewer crowds, deep snow and cooler temperatures make winter the… Read more »
It’s hard to imagine a more rugged landscape than Wyoming in the winter. It would also be difficult to come up with a better place for winter adventure: the Cowboy State is cold enough to sustain powder to ski and ice to climb, and the mountainous terrain makes the perfect backdrop for any winter activity…. Read more »
Wyoming is an outdoor lover’s paradise any time of year and is well-known for its world-class ski resorts, but that’s not all there is to do here in the cold season. Whether you want to hit the backcountry slopes, see the quieter side of a national park, or experience a relaxing getaway at a hot… Read more »
When it comes to winter recreation, Wyoming has you covered. Whether your winter self begs for steep slopes, immense powder-filled meadows or a secluded cabin with a romantic fire, Wyoming won’t disappoint. Wyoming’s untouched terrain attracts downhill and cross-country skiers, snowmobilers and fat-tire bikers to destinations all over the state, from the Bighorn Mountains to… Read more »
Grab a dogsled. Hook up some dogs. Get on, hang on, and be off. No other method of winter travel compares, Frank Teasley says. And he ought to know.
George Bumann is an artist and naturalist working in what is arguably the best studio in the world—Yellowstone National Park.
Something special happens to Yellowstone in the winter. The snowy forests take on a mystical silence, clouds of steam billow up gently around deserted hot springs, and an air of solitude permeates the pristine, snow-covered wonderland. Yellowstone, with its hydrothermal features, lakes, waterfalls and wildlife, is stunningly beautiful and peaceful when blanketed with crisp, white… Read more »