Wyoming Nature May 26, 2016
by Caryl 16 Epic Outdoorsy Things In Wyoming Anyone Can Do
Wyoming’s lifestyle caters to the outdoors. There’s nothing like getting outside and enjoying the clean, fresh air. You don’t have to be young and in great physical shape to enjoy all that Wyoming has to offer. Here are some outdoorsy things that anyone can enjoy.
1. Polo Match
There are several polo clubs in the vicinity of Sheridan and Jackson where you can sit back, relax, enjoy some fresh air and watch a rather unique sport.
2. Dinner Cruise
Nothing is more relaxing than taking a dinner cruise on Jackson Lake.
Nothing reflects Wyoming's culture more than a good ole western rodeo. This is a great way to spend a Friday night outdoors under the arena lights.
4. Scenic Drive
There are scenic drives throughout the whole state of Wyoming. This one is in Yellowstone National Park.
5. Gondola Ride
You can take a nice scenic ride on the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram which runs from Teton Village to the summit of Rendezvous Mountain.
Pictured are campers in the Cloud Peak wilderness area of the Bighorn National Forest but there are many other camping spots in the state as well.
7. Float Trip
If you want to take it nice and easy on the river, then a scenic float trip should be on your agenda. There's nothing more relaxing than floating leisurely along on one of Wyoming's pristine rivers.
Biking is always a fun and relaxing outing. Pictured is the Bike-Ped Overpass in Laramie, Wyoming.
Fishing is something everybody can do. Pictured is a family enjoying some quality time together fishing in Ten Sleep. There are so many great fishing spots in Wyoming.
10. Horseback Riding
You can explore the backcountry just like the pioneers did. There are ranches all over Wyoming that offer family-friendly trail riding.
Going on a picnic is a great way to spend an afternoon or evening. If you go on one in the evening, be sure to catch a great view of the sun setting.
You have almost 100 golf courses to choose from throughout Wyoming. Pictured are golfers at Teton Pines in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. You might just run into some wildlife out on the course.
13. Soaking In A Hot Spring
How about a nice relaxing soak in a hot spring or pool? Hot Springs State Park, Saratoga and Granite Hot Springs are some of the best. Pictured is Granite Hot Springs.
You can go on a safari or just hit the road in one of the national parks, national forest or wilderness area.
There are hiking trails for all skill levels throughout Wyoming that will take you to the most unforgettable places. Pictured is a trail at Grand Prismatic Spring that anyone can do.
Geocaching is becoming one of the fastest growing outdoor activities in the country. You will find geocaching opportunities throughout the state. No skill level required.
What’s your favorite thing to do in the great outdoors?
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