Starting from Jackson, Wyoming, we embarked on a snowmobiling tour through Yellowstone. It was one of the most amazing experiences we could have imagined, but let’s begin from the start. We’re originally from Germany and were looking for a special adventure for our two day stay in Jackson, Wyoming. So, little did we know that […]
Gillette, Wyoming calls itself the “Energy Capital of the Nation” and rightfully so. However, there is a lot more than meets the eye once you visit this northeastern part of Wyoming. Creativity is twisting and turning in this town, which is allowing other aspects to step up and prosper. Today this town is exploding with […]
Kemmerer, Wyoming might not be the first place you think about when you think of vacation destinations in Wyoming. But it should be. Far from the summer crowds of Jackson, far from the city lights of Cheyenne, Kemmerer sits nestled in the rolling hills and great blue skies on the western edge of the Cowboy […]
Cheyenne Frontier Days is an action-packed 10 day festival, celebrating Wyoming’s western roots. From bucking broncos to country music stars, you’ll truly have a hard time deciding where to start. These 5 attractions provide you a great sampling of Cheyenne Frontier Days, the “Daddy of ’em All”. Most of the following events are accessible every […]
There are plenty of noteworthy attractions in the Black Hills of South Dakota: Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Badlands National Park, Custer State Park, and Wind Cave National Park name a few. Head south from Wind Cave, though, and you’ll be delighted with the heaps of attractions, great for the whole family.
East Yellowstone is a destination all on its own. Family-owned and operated guest lodges spread along the North Fork of the Shoshone River flowing from Yellowstone National Park. Each lodge offers unique experiences, collectively offering a warm and welcoming vibe.
Pay a visit to Heise Hot Springs. This place is every bit beautiful as it is historic. Built just before 1900, Richard Heise created a recreational compound, complete with a dance hall, pools, hotel, and post office. Heise beckoned travelers from all over to come and cure their aches and pains. Today, Heise still maintains […]
Let’s be honest: I have always been a bit hesitant about visiting Yellowstone National Park. It sounds crazy, I know. I was skeptical about these bumper to bumper cars and these crowds of people that everyone always spoke about. I thought to myself, “is this really what Yellowstone is all about, is there really not […]
When you can’t take the heat, head for the hills. During the summer months, Taos Ski Valley hosts a variety of fun-filled events; a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and art lovers alike. Go for the festivals, stay for the art and recreation.
At the southern edge of Montana lies the town of Big Sky. It’s 90 minutes from the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park and packed with activities. The people of Big Sky cherish the outdoors, and you can’t help but notice, wandering its streets and hiking its various, surrounding trails. It feels authentic, considered, and […]