There’s an entire world out there waiting to be explored. But one corner of it is packed with more than the average amount of adventure: Cody, Wyoming. The great outdoors feels right at home in Cody and you will, too, with hiking, camping, mountain biking, and river rafting. Whether you go kayaking or even rock-climbing, don’t forget to stop and take in the view of some of nature’s finest scenery and wildlife.
After playing hard, unwind and hit the town with a wide variety of shopping, gallery strolling, and dining. Get a feel for the Wild West with horseback riding, a nightly rodeo and live cowboy music. You won’t be able to resist the western spirit at Old Trail Town or the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Plus, modern cowboys get the best of both worlds with Cody’s deluxe accommodations after a long day outside.
You’ll need your rest, because just up the road more adventures await in Yellowstone National Park. It’s a nature-lover’s paradise with elk, moose, bison, wolves, grizzly bears, and 300 species of birds. There is so much to explore in Yellowstone’s diverse ecosystem of mountains, forests, grasslands, rivers, waterfalls and canyons – not to mention the famous geysers, hot springs, and mud pots. To see all of this and more, the best place to start is Cody, Wyoming: the wildest way into Yellowstone.
For more information about Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country, call 1-800-393-2639 or visit Yellowstonecountry.org.