RESPONSIBLE ADVENTURE AWAITS! ESCAPE THE CROWDS IN CARBON COUNTY, WYOMING!

Come discover the Western frontier and “Get Your West On.” Whether you are here to explore Carbon County’s rich history full of colorful characters and infamous outlaws, crystal clear rivers, natural hot springs, mountain trails for hiking or biking, forests teeming with wildlife, pristine alpine lakes, and small-town western culture – we’re glad you’ve decided to come and safely explore Carbon County.

Whether you’re cycling, climbing, hiking, horseback riding, nordic skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, or taking a drive along our scenic byways, we are sure you will appreciate the serene mountains, fertile river valleys, and the exotic high desert – you’ll understand why everyone who has discovered Carbon County as their personal getaway agrees that it is Wyoming’s best-kept secret.

As you venture out to explore Carbon County’s wide-open spaces & wild places we encourage you to adventure responsibly. Let’s protect our visitors and neighbors by following health and safety recommendations. By traveling responsibly we show respect and keep Wyoming safe!

RECREATION IN SOUTHERN WYOMING IS UNPARALLELED
Our wide-open spaces coupled with a low population make for some of the best recreational opportunities to be found. If you love the great outdoors, Carbon County is the best place to stay safe and avoid crowds.

GETTING THERE
Carbon County is located in Southern Wyoming. Visitors can fly from international destinations to Casper-Natrona County International Airport (C/NCIA) and take the scenic two-hour drive south to Carbon County. International airports in Denver, Colorado (DEN), and Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC) are also within a three- to four-hour drive from Carbon County.

We look forward to seeing you. So let’s all look out for one another while you’re here. Please travel safely for your sake and ours. Take a couple of small steps to physically distance, cover your coughs and your face when necessary, keep your hands clean, and stay connected with the latest safety guidelines.

For more information, visit www.WyomingCarbonCounty.com/travelsafe

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