WY Not? Hidden gems and lesser-known locales | That's WY
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Experiences you haven't heard of and shouldn't miss
Wyoming offers more than views of Old Faithful and the Tetons. Release your frontier spirit and chart a path to some of the state's lesser known areas. Find a new mountain range to move you, a small town to charm you, a local restaurant to wow you. Why not embrace the adventure? We can help you get started.
If extreme winter adventure is on your bucket list, ice climbing might be for you. Northern Wyoming is home to one of the largest frozen waterfalls in the lower 48.
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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 the Snowy Range and everywhere in between.
Dog sledding is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Take a look at the sledding tours through the Teton and Shoshoni National Forests that surround Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the Greater Yellowstone Area.