Saturday, September 14, 2013

Fun activities to pursue in Wyoming

If you’re looking for the one state in the Union where you don’t have to worry about the neighbors complaining about you, Wyoming may fit the bill. The Cowboy State is locked in by the Eastern Rockies occupying much of the western region, and the High Plains to the east. However, the pristine settings and backdrops offered by several mountain ranges such as the Tetons and the Sierra Madre offer many opportunities for fun activities.
For instance, the Killpecker Sand Dunes near Rock Springs are an off-roader’s playground, with the Boar’s Tusk close by. There are natural tours of the Red Desert and the Wind River Mountains. Potential hunters may need to get their licenses in order and declare open season on the waterfowl at the Fort Laramie Waterfowl Preserve; the activity can help people who have never experienced an ounce of country life by teaching them survival skills.
People who have decided to stay longer in Wyoming and pay tribute to its cowboy past can consider going on wagon train rides. The activity alone holds a variety of adventure opportunities, such as gold panning, horseback riding, overnight camps out in the forest, and tours of the state’s wilderness areas.

There’s nothing not to like about the great outdoors in Big Wyoming. The place can also be therapeutic for people seeking some release from the stress of work.    


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