Be In Awe Of The Frozen Wyoming Landscape At Sinks Canyon State Park
When winter rolls around in the Cowboy State, we can see some significant snowfall. If you get giddy at the thought of bundling up and checking out the scenery after fresh powder falls, you’ll want to keep reading, and plan a trip to experience winter in Wyoming at Sinks Canyon State Park.
So, if someone were to ask you what to do in Wyoming in winter, you’d know exactly what to say!
A wintertime getaway is the perfect way to treat yourself during or after the busy holiday season! To learn more about booking a winter yurt, visit the Wyoming Parks website.
By the way, Sinks Canyon is not only a wonderland in the winter, but year-round. So be sure to take some time to learn more about this fascinating Wyoming State Park! Have you ever been here before? If so, what was your favorite part? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
If you’d like to explore even more winter hikes in and around the area, you can find some great trails by going to the AllTrails website.
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Where can we go ice fishing in Wyoming?
Ice fishing in Wyoming is a very popular activity and there are so many great places to drop your pole through the ice. Among them are:
- The Glendo Reservoir in Glendo State Park in Glendo, is home to a wealth of yellow perch, black and white crappie, walleye, and channel catfish.
- At the Keyhole Reservoir at Keyhole State Park in Moorcroft anglers cast their lines for some of the largest pike, walleye, and crappie in the state.
- The Sulfur Creek Reservoir in Evanston is popular for its smallmouth bass, rainbow and other trout species, and walleye.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other “cool” places to go ice fishing in Wyoming.
Where can we find hiking trails in Wyoming?
- The Heart Lake Trail is a backcountry trek that takes hikers into the wilderness of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
- The Artists Paintpots Trail leads to some hot pots and pools in Yellowstone National Park.
- The Glacier Trail leads to the highest peak in Wyoming in the northeastern section of the Wind River Range.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fun hiking trails in Wyoming.
Where can we find small towns in Wyoming?
- Dubois is a big draw for artists, writers, musicians, and photographers.
- Glenrock is a popular small town, in part because it sits at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and along the Deer Creek Tributary System.
- Cokeville is a former trading post and home to a ferry that ran across Smiths Fork.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other charming small towns in Wyoming.