City Spotlights

Diamond Cross Ranch

The Diamond Cross Ranch is a historical, family owned working cattle ranch. It features unobstructed views of the Grand Tetons and is surrounded by National Forest and the National Park. It hosts numerous corporate groups, weddings and art performances. Special events consist of horse whispering demonstrations and competitive roping. 

Snake River

White water rafting is a popular activity in the Snake River, as is fishing and boating. But if you do an internet search of Lunch Counter Rapids you’ll find several entries about surfing. Surfing in Wyoming! The rapids meet a short, steep rise in the river-bed and rise up in glassy, roiling tubes. Facing the oncoming rush of river water surfers ride the rapids.

Yellowstone National Park

Get ready for grizzly bears and eagles. Geysers and mud pots. Forests and lakes. Historic cabins and prehistoric sites. Yellowstone offers countless opportunities for discovery. It is a place to make lifelong memories. In 1872, a country that had not yet seen its first centennial established Yellowstone as the first national park in the world. A new concept was born and with it a new way for people to preserve and protect the best of what they had for the benefit and enjoyment of future generations.

Triangle X Ranch

The 2013 season marks the 87th year of operation for the Triangle X Ranch. The Triangle X Ranch is an authentic dude ranch and the only operating guest ranch concession in the nation’s entire National Park system. An all-inclusive Wyoming dude ranch vacation at Triangle X offers unparalleled horseback riding and one of the most complete outdoor recreation packages of any facility in the Mountain West.

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