Now there is science behind why bruins so often end up on the same trails as people.
Meetings May 1 kick off efforts under the National Trails Stewardship Act to grow partnerships on state’s national forests.
We don’t know who they are, or where they are from. They didn’t save our lives, but they saved us hours of frustration and provided a good reminder of mountain karma.
Crisp mornings, bright colors and fewer crowds make fall one of the best times to get out on Wyoming’s trails.