Governor Matt Mead announced today that a new adventure race is coming to Wyoming. The inaugural “Cowboy Tough” Adventure Race Weekend will take place in July 2013. This adventure race will combine mountain biking, trekking, canoeing, rock climbing and several other challenges. Governor Mead said events like this showcase Wyoming and attract tourists who will not only visit but stay longer – and also return again.
Buffalo, WYO — The Wyoming Wilderness Association (WWA) is offering some unique outings into wild and unique places throughout Wyoming this summer. Excursions head into various roadless areas throughout Wyoming.
These are great opportunities to enjoy spectacular areas while learning about our wild public lands. Many of the outings will tour wild land areas that need protection from development threats and/or could be proposed for wilderness designation, giving the participants an opportunity to use first-hand experience to make informed decisions about protecting wild places for the future.
More than that the hikes all have expert guides and give great insight into the wonderful natural wild life that makes up Wyoming. Many of the hikes include applying your creative side – with art and photography workshops included. So the WWA folks encourage those interested to sign up soon – for a summer outing you won’t forget.
Buffalo,WY. – Buffalo was recently chosen to host the Rocky Mountain International Roundup for 2012, an event that has potential to bring more attention from touring companies, and expand international marketing skills in businesses around Buffalo. RMI’s annual Roundup provides an opportunity for businesses, destinations and attractions in the four state region of Idaho, Montana, [...]