Category: Wyoming

Growing up in Utah, Wyoming was a neighboring state we drove through to get to the High Uintas. During my college years, we thought of Wyoming as a lawless prairie – a place to buy explosives and kegs.

In 2015, I went backpacking in the Wind Rivers for the first time and it changed the way I thought of Wyoming.

The Cowboy State is a sparsely populated place with immense wilderness areas to explore. It’s home to the Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, the Wind Rivers, and the Bighorns.

If you are planning a trip to Grand Teton National Park, be sure to do these hikes:

And if you are planning a trip to Yellowstone, read about our July 2019 trip, where we saw 13 bears!

Hiking GuidesWyoming

Hiking Guide: Phelps Lake

Overview Phelps Lake is an inviting lake with crystal clear waters at the bottom of a gorge named Death Canyon. You might not expect…