Winter-weary Wyomingites escape high-altitude, ice-encrusted tundra by migrating to the Utah desert, but they don’t always find what they’re looking for.
Outdoor recreation contributes more than $646 billion annually to the U.S. economy, and here in Wyoming, direct consumer spending on outdoor recreation adds $4.5 billion per year to the state’s economy, and supports 50,000 jobs.
You don’t have to travel to Sochi to get your thrills on the ice rink. Just pick the nearest lake in your Wyoming atlas.
If approved the 900-acre Double D Ranch ranch could be home to up to 250 wild horses, gathered primarily from Wyoming public rangelands.
Use the time between seasons to clean, repair and properly store your outdoor gear. The National Outdoor Leadership School provides tips.