The National Outdoor Leadership School is sponsoring a climb of Denali to inspire more diversity in the outdoor recreation.
The new head of Wyoming Outdoor Council, the state’s oldest state-based conservation organization, talks about conservation issues in the state.
Despite a low ranking in the League of American Bicyclists bicycle friendly states, Tim Young with Wyoming Pathways is optimistic about the growth of recreation …
River management plans for Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and the Bridger-Teton National Forest will be released to public May 6. Paddlers hope the …
Backcountry adventures in bear country mean planning for food storage. Don’t want to hang your food? Consider a portable electric fence.
Nix Gaudern of Riverton is only a couple of races away from reaching professional level in motocross racing.
The Wild and Scenic Film Festival stops in three Wyoming towns this month bringing films about environmental issues, wildlife and outdoor adventure.
Bears are emerging from hibernation. Make sure you are bear aware when recreating in grizzly country.
It is dry, but land managers are “cautiously optimistic” about the upcoming fire season.
Jake Korell, one of Wyoming’s last true mountain men, died March 6. He was 98 years old and still trapping days before he died.
The Shoshone National Forest Supervisor says skiers and snowmobilers must resolve access issues on Two Ocean Mountain locally.
A study compiling climate change data on the Shoshone is aimed at guiding forest management.
Peaks to Plains talks to the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Forecast Center about this year’s snowpack and spring skiing.
Statewide archery contest introduces kids to shooting bows and arrows.
A new study quantifies the economic impact of recreation on Wyoming.
Some skiers want part of Two Ocean Peak closed to snowmobilers. Snowmobilers disagree. The Forest Service plans to discuss the issue at a meeting Wednesday.
Lander draws climbers from around the world, but kids who live there aren’t picking up the sport. A new program aims to change that.
Winter transforms Yellowstone National Park. The quiet and scenery provides a park experience different from in summer.
This weekend fat bike enthusiasts gather near Yellowstone National Park to ride and raise awareness about how bikes can share winter roads and trails.
As the annual International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race begins this week, musher Jerry Bath remembers seeing his first race.
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