The “last of the Old West” knows a thing or two about being in the saddle. If you want to feel like a true Wyomingite, try traveling on horseback. It’s a truly meditative way to experience the aspen groves, pine forests, and alpine meadows that define the landscape.
A huge community of guides and ranches is ready to help riders of all experience levels feel comfortable on horseback. Tours are family-friendly and customized to your ability and comfort level. You should wear closed-toed shoes and long pants, and bring plenty of sunscreen and layers in case the weather changes. Otherwise, all you need is a good attitude for a good time.
Horses have the right of way on trails around here. Your guides know that, but it’s always useful to brush up on trail etiquette before heading out.
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