Travel across the wilds of Yellowstone and the Wild West town of Jackson Hole. Running hot and cold. In geysers, streams, rivers, lakes, and rapids. Stunning waterfalls are created from these mountain elevations, as water flows down over the rocky terrain, it rushes over the cliffs. Yellowstone has some of the most amazing scenery in the country. Where else can you see such an abundance of wildlife in their natural habitat?
When the kids get tired of sitting in the car and driving around, why not stick 'em on the back of a horse? How about going on an old-fashioned family trail ride? There are a number of officially sanctioned riding stables in Yellowstone with everything from two-hour trail rides to multi-day adventures. Even if you've never ridden, you can ride. Just get on, have a seat, and enjoy the view. Kids will love it! Go ahead, give a little kick and you're off. Just follow the horse in front of you and soon you'll be riding the trail just like in the movies.
Yellowstone is a destination in itself. And while some people plan to drive here from Jackson Hole, it's not exactly a day trip. Old West is still alive and kicking in places like Tucson and Dodge City and right here in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Jackson Hole lies in northwestern Wyoming just east of the Grand Teton Mountain Range. It's known as the gateway to Yellowstone National Park, the Snake River and several deep glacial lakes. Wyoming's great outdoors is a blank canvas for thrill seekers.
Come discover the wild “Way Out West.”