As the snow begins to melt and the birds begin to sing, spring in Wyoming offers more than just a colorful bloom of new life. It’s the perfect time to take advantage of warmer late season days of skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling or escape for a spring weekend getaway.
Watch as cinnamon colored baby bison begin to speckle the landscape and bears emerge from their winter sleep. Take a tour with a local guide to see elk, bison and bighorn sheep as they migrate from winter range.
For warmer spring days, arrange for a tee time at one of almost 100 golf courses around the state. Cast into the defrosting lakes and rivers for some world-class fishing. If biking is your thing, hit the roads of our national parks in early spring while some are still closed to motorists for the season.
Spring weather can still be chilly, so if you want to camp or adventure outdoors, be sure to plan accordingly. For cooler spring days better suited for a day well spent indoors, explore the many museums dedicated to Wyoming’s western heritage, wildlife and art.