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Top Chillin Spots in and near Wyoming

  • Lander, Wyoming

    Popo Agie Nature Trail

    0.98 mi / 164 ft gain
    Sinks Canyon State Park 6 miles south of Lander, Wyoming is a treasure of hiking, trail running, and rock climbing. Rightly considered the gateway to the southern Winds, Sinks is a great way to get a taste of some of the most beautiful mountain scenery to be found in the United States and the Pop...
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  • Dubois, Wyoming

    Photograph Brooks Lake Creek Falls

    5.0
    0.5 mi
    This waterfall is is located at the Falls campground near Togwotee Pass. Located right off the highway it is a must stop on your way to Yellowstone or Grand Teton. If you choose to camp here, the waterfall is literally right in your backyard, no hike necessary. However, if you aren't camping here...
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  • Dubois, Wyoming

    Photograph Wind River Lake

    The Wind River Lake is at a picnic area right off the road near Togwotee Pass. Many drive past it each day, but few stop to actually give this small lake the attention it deserves. While it freezes over in the winter, it remains photogenic, especially if you get there early in the season after a ...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Fly Fish the Firehole River

    5.0
    The Firehole River is one of the most unique trout-fishing rivers in the world, behaving in a manner unlike any other river in the Rockies due to the unique geothermal features found all along the length of the river. It is not known as a big-fish river but they are plentiful, with sizes averagin...
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  • Moran, Wyoming

    Ice Fishing on Jackson Lake

    From where you park your car at Colter Bay you can walk as little or as far as you would like onto the lake. You may see a few other people out there ice fishing, or skiers skinning across the lake to get into the mountains. Pick your spot, make your hole big enough to reel a fish out of and star...
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  • Thermopolis, Wyoming

    Hike the Spirit Trail

    1.3 mi / 50 ft gain
    The deep anticline underlying Thermopolis, Wyoming has resulted in an abundance of hot springs, some of which flow directly into the Bighorn River and creating a wide variety of multi-colored pools and bubbling creeks. Most of the features are contained within the aptly named, Hot Springs State P...
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  • Ten Sleep, Wyoming

    Camp at Sitting Bull Campground

    Sitting Bull Campground is located in the Bighorn National Forest, on the west side of scenic Cloud Peak Skyway near the Cloud Peak Wilderness (51 miles east of Worland, WY). The campground is adjacent to a beautiful mountain meadow that provides views of the surrounding mountains as well as oppo...
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  • Teton County, Wyoming

    Camp at Curtis Canyon Campgrond

    Enjoy a leisurely drive through the National Elk Refuge as you leave Jackson, Wyoming for Curtis Canyon Campground. A short walk from the campground provides epic views of the Teton Range and the National Elk Refuge. Pour a cup of coffee and enjoy! Curtis Canyon Campground is part of the Bridger-...
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  • Thermopolis, Wyoming

    Hike the Terrance Walk

    0.6 mi / 10 ft gain
    The deep anticline underlying Thermopolis, Wyoming has resulted in an abundance of hot springs, some of which flow directly into the Bighorn River and creating a wide variety of multi-colored pools and bubbling creeks. Most of the features are contained within the aptly named, Hot Springs State P...
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  • Dubois, Wyoming

    Explore the Breccia Cliffs

    As you drive from Dubois to Togwotee Pass or Grand Teton you will no doubt notice beautiful cliffs right off the road. These are the Breccia Cliffs. This whole area offers plenty of places to explore, photograph, fish, swim, hike and much more including places like Wind River Lake, Brooks Lake, a...
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  • Lander, Wyoming

    Camp at the Radio Towers on Limestone Mountain

    Limestone Mountain on the southern end of the Wind River range is famous for the nearby climbing mecca, Wild Iris, but it is also an excellent place to camp with ready access via forest roads to all manner of outdoor adventure activities including hiking and mountain biking. The top of the mounta...
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  • Moose, Wyoming

    Photograph the Bison of Grand Teton

    For those trying to find wildlife during their trip to Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Park, this is about as close to a guaranteed sighting as you can get. Heading north on 191 a mile or more past Moose Junction you have the opportunity to witness herds of Bison. It is possible to see them a...
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  • Cheyenne, Wyoming

    Hike to the Chameleon

    4.5 mi
    Curt Gowdy State Park, one of the few southeast Wyoming hot spots, has a couple of hidden gems. One of the best is the “Chameleon,” ruler of Curt Gowdy State Park. To reach the Chameleon, head out on Crow Creek Trail, then loop back on Mo’ Rocka Trail. The trailhead is near the entrance of Curt G...
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Let Adventure be your Destination in Wyoming

Wyoming’s wide-open spaces make it easy to get off the grid and on a trail, through a park, into a forest, up a mountain or down a river. During your journey through Wyoming’s Black to Yellow Region, discover geologic marvels, dense evergreen forests and sprawling prairielands.

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