When snow and cold temperatures arrive, it’s easy to stay indoors for too long and go a bit stir crazy. Combat cabin fever with these popular winter activities in Wyoming.
- Skiing: It’s almost a requirement to enjoy skiing here in Wyoming, with slopes all across the state to try out. The most famous ski resort is at Jackson Hole, but you’ll have plenty of fun at Grand Targhee Resort and several others. You can also rent snowshoes or go cross country skiing in one of Wyoming’s several national or state parks.
- Book a winter tour: You can experience the Wyoming’s winter wonderland without freezing in one of its many tours through national parks from the inside of a heated snowcoach. If you’re willing to brave the cold, try some of the unique sleigh ride or Iditarod dog sledding tours.
- Taking a dip in the hot springs: It may be freezing outside, but the hot springs across Wyoming are steamy hot. Are you brave enough to break out your bathing suit and jump into one of Wyoming’s hot springs?
- Snowmobiling: Snowmobiles are the fastest way to get around on snow — and they are so much fun. Visit the Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail and Togwotee Pass for some of the best snowmobiling areas.
Wyoming winters are a great time to get out and enjoy outdoor activities. We at Transwest Ford hope you have a great time with some of these activities while staying safe out there.