South of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the Green River offers a full day float trip for fishermen looking for an amazing fly fishing experience in the area. The guided day on the Green River will allow you to enjoy the open sagebrush fields and Wind River Mountains.
Cache Creek Road Are you a mountain bike beginner looking for a way to explore Jackson Hole? The Cache Creek Road has a two-track trail that allows riders to feel comfortable quickly with the ease of riding along the dirt tracks.
The Salt River, flowing out of the Salt River Range in western Jackson Hole, Wyoming, winds its way through the ranch lands of Star Valley and into the Palisades Reservoir. The incredible amount of public access available to fishing aficionados make fly fishing in the Salt River unbeatable.
Looking to explore some of the best snowmobiling trails that Wyoming has to offer? Get ready to experience Wyoming’s natural winter playgrounds with ample snow and more than 2,500 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails.
For Death Canyon you start at the Death Canyon Trail head which is off the Moose-Wilson Road. You really need a four-wheel drive vehicle to get all the way to the trail head because the last mile on the road is a very sketchy, rutted dirt road.
The snow coach is new technology that has hit the ground in the last few years and essentially it is an aftermarket vehicle that’s completely rebuilt. It’s a shuttle van that has custom built rims and agricultural tires that float on top of the snow.
There’s a lot of different features. There are the remnants from the forest fires 1988 where massive sections of the Yellowstone and wilderness were burned in 11 different locations throughout the park that burned about 40% of the park.
Excerpt from an interview with Jason Smith of Scenic Safaris. To talk about Togwotee and the Togwotee Pass, the framework from the park and how the Yellowstone National Park is set up for seeing the park, that’s great because you get to see Yellowstone in the National Forest, you kind of switch roles in that […]
We have host of different animals out there. We have Bald eagles and Golden Eagles. We’ve got Elk feed grounds in the Gros Ventre which the Game and Fish funds and allows the elk to help sustain themselves through the winter.