The Overnight Adventure In Wyoming That Will Take You Back In Time

One hundred and fifty years ago, 500,000 people joined wagon trails and forged their way across Native American lands, looking for a better life for themselves out west. The Oregon, Mormon and other emigrant trails were places of heartache and struggle, but also of unmatched freedom. Pioneers got to experience stunning, open and untouched lands, learning about themselves on the way as they learned about their new country.

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Read more about all of the adventures that Historic Trails West offers on their website, here. They are based in Casper, and excursions leave from the parking lot of the Historic Trails Center, though they are not affiliated with the Center.

On your multi-day trips, you’ll be passing through South Pass City. Read all about 10 Places Where You Can Still Experience Old Wyoming to learn more about South Pass, and other historic towns in the Cowboy State.