New feats were accomplished and new discoveries made in Wyoming’s outdoors this year, and P2P was there to cover it.
A trip in the Bighorn National Forest provides a reminder on what is really important
The task force puts Wyoming in the vanguard of a new trend of states working to better understand and promote recreation, says Domenic Bravo, with Wyoming State Parks.
Quiet, non-motorized recreation such as climbing, hiking and biking on Bureau of Land Management land, supports more than 1,000 jobs and brings in more than $112 million annually to Wyoming.
Accident data reveals males much more likely to die while in backcountry, while avalanches and climbing unroped lead in causes of death.