Four fully trimmed horses pulling a candy-red sleigh through fresh fallen snow with the scenic mountain in the background is a postcard-worthy scene. There are sleigh ride operators offering tours that will make this scene a reality for you. In wide-open Wyoming all you’ll hear is the peaceful sound of hooves crunching the snow, as you get an unforgettable tour of the untouched landscape. For a special wildlife experience, schedule a sleigh ride in the National Elk Refuge outside of Jackson where you’ll see thousands of elk, bison, bighorn sheep and maybe even bald eagles. Most sleigh rides operate between December and March.
View all of Wyoming’s sleigh ride listings below.
National Elk Refuge, Jackson Hole.