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Exploring Indigenous Heritage in the Rocky Mountain West

When traveling to National Parks and other beautiful places in the Rocky Mountain West, you also travel across the ancestral lands of many different Indigenous tribes. We have created a guide to help you feel prepared exploring Indigenous heritage in the Rocky Mountain West on your next road trip. Indigenous communities are still very much tied to the land, and you can create a positive experience for both yourself and these communities by visiting with gratitude and respect – prepared to learn about the local cultures and histories.

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Choose Your Own Adventure at Grand Targhee Resort

Is mountain biking exhilarating or mellow? Is rafting a rush or scenic? Do tours include wildlife or lessons in geology? The answer to these questions, of course, is, “both.” When we started planning a trip to Grand Targhee Resort in Wyoming, we found the destination,...

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Flaming Gorge, Utah: Outdoor Adventure Destination on a National Park Road Trip

Flaming Gorge is a perfect centrally located stopover on the classic American national park road trip. With Rocky Mountain National Park and Dinosaur National Monument to the east, Grand Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef National Parks to the south, and Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks to the North, Flaming Gorge’s cold water and countless opportunities for aquatic recreation offer a refreshing escape after some hot desert exploring or strenuous hikes in the mountains.

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Out of the Car and Onto the River

Our adventures with Flying Pig left us feeling so lucky to have had the knowledge and resources from our guides and the opportunity to share such a unique and unforgettable experience with our kids. The ability to get out from behind the windshield and into nature transformed our trip and gave us inspiration for what we can do as a family.

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Spring into Adventure in West Yellowstone

Spring is one of the most exciting times of year in West Yellowstone and Yellowstone National Park. As the days grow longer, the landscape changes almost daily – snow lingers in the mountains, wildflowers begin to grow, and baby animals appear in the meadows.

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Culture & Fun at the Wind River Hotel & Casino

The Northern Arapaho Tribe owns and operates the Wind River Hotel & Casino, and the friendly and attentive staff are tribal members. The pet-friendly hotel is modern, very clean, and comfortable. The Northern Arapaho Experience Room museum offers a fascinating look into the life and culture of the Northern Arapaho tribe with authentic artifacts, clothing, weapons, shelter, artwork, dioramas and historic photos. And of course, there is always the chance to win big!

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Hot Springs, Wyoming: Perfect Destination for a Winter Getaway

One of Wyoming’s most well-known attractions is Yellowstone National Park. Millions of visitors travel to the national park each year, intrigued by its geothermal features. About 150 miles away from Yellowstone is the lesser-known destination of Thermopolis, WY, which is home to another geothermal attraction—Hot Springs State Park.

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