Sept. 26, 2015: Several people joined forces on National Public Lands Day to remove problematic fencing near Sibley Lake in the Bighorn Mountains. A total of 0.2 tons of barbed wire fence was cut and removed by our wonderful volunteers!
Check out all the ways to stay involved in the Shoshone this winter! All events are FREE and open to the public. Contact Shoshone Wildlands Organizer Sarah Walker for more information and to reserve your space: 307-455-2246 or email@example.com.
Brooks Lake Ski, February 20th
Join us on an all-day cross-country ski trip to
Brooks Lake Lodge for a 5-star lunch, good
company and even better scenery.
10 miles roundtrip, strenuous.
Skis available for rent at Wind River Gear.
Wolverine Pinnacle Snowshoe,
Join Wyoming Game and Fish wolverine
researchers for a short snowshoe outing
on the Pinnacles trail near Dubois. Learn
about efforts to document these elusive,
adventurous creatures and the importance
of their vast wild winter habitat.
Signatures in the Snow, March 5th
Winter animal tracking with expert tracker,
naturalist and educator Bruce Thompson.
Don't miss this popular annual event!
Be sure to reserve your space early for this
Full Moon Ski, March 23rd
Join WWA and Dubois Area Recreation and
Trails (DART) on a full moon ski on Deception
trail near Dubois. Learn about efforts to keep
this trail groomed and why the Winter Travel
Plan affects the places you play. Skis available
for rent at Wind River Gear.
Sept. 26, 2015: Thank you to all the ambitious volunteers who hiked 12 miles with 4,000 feet of elevation gain to remove micro debris from a 1996 plane crash on Sleeping Indian Mountain in the Gros Ventre Wilderness on National Public Lands Day! More than 120 pounds of debris was removed!
See an outing you'd like to attend? Signing up is simple... and FREE!
Contact our Sheridan office at (307) 672-2751 or firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which outing you'd like to sign up for and how many people will be in your group. Be sure to sign up well in advance, as many of our outings are limited to a certain number of participants!
Looking forward to getting you out on the trail and exploring Wyoming's hidden treasures!
Every year, WWA schedules a wide variety of mountain adventures that are FREE to the public! Join our staff and amazing volunteers and explore wilderness areas in the Bighorn, Shoshone, Bridger-Teton National Forests, and BLM wild lands! Learn about the forest, desert and high plains ecosystems. Understand the history of Wyoming's landscapes and migration patterns through the last of our nation's remaining wild places.