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Seasonal Adventures

Wyoming in FallSummer has come to an end as the leaves change and the temperatures cool. It's that time of year where the weather is perfect to be active outdoors enjoying the crisp weather and beautiful leaves changing.

You may be wondering what adventures you can partake in in the Cheyenne area. Below I have listed a few of the best ways to enjoy the fall season in Wyoming from Wyoming Tourism. Get out there and enjoy Mother Nature!

Take in the fresh air by bicycling on the miles of open highways or get adventurous and check out the full range of mountain trails.

With 4,200 lakes and 27,000 miles of fishable streams, you will never run out of places to cast a few lines.

Horseback Riding
Saddling up a horse is about as West as you can get. Take a short ride or make a day or overnight trip of it. Horseback adventures are definitely a memory you won't forget through the prairies and high country trails.

ATV riding in Wyoming provides a challenge and an adrenaline rush. There's also the option to take a nice, leisurely ride through the most beautiful lands.

There's definitely something for everyone in Wyoming. The lands are beautiful and many adventures await. Spend your fall season enjoying what the state has to offer. Enjoy the outdoors before we are stuck sipping hot cocoa around the fireplace!


Published Thursday, September 16, 2010 5:40 PM by Joe Prunty

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