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  1. Tacos El Taconazo

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Tacos El Taconazo is a family run restaurant serving up the most authentic Mexican food in town.

  2. 5 Must-Do Winter Adventures in Western Wyoming

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    From one of the world's best ice climbing festivals to moonlight skiing, these winter adventures in Western Wyoming should be on your list.

  3. Winter Wandering: Where To Get Your Fix for Nordic Skiing Near Cody

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Take your pick of several awesome options for Nordic skiing near Cody, with well-groomed trails and down-home eats to refuel with afterward.

  4. 5 Great Reasons To Ski Sleeping Giant this Winter

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Haven't been out to Sleeping Giant in a while? The 2015/2016 ski season is prime time to visit this locals' favorite hill.

  5. Sheep Mountain - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This is a great trail that’s close to town but gives you a true wilderness experience. From the summit, the views of Cody and the entire Big Horn Basin are spectacular.

  6. Elk Fork Trail - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Looking for an easy trail with great views, good chances of seeing wildlife and a chance to play in the water that won’t take your whole day? Try the Elk Fork Trail.

  7. Eagle Creek Trail - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This quick out and back trail gives you a great sense of the beauty of the Absaroka Mountains but won’t leave you too exhausted for some in town fun in the evening.

  8. Little Sunlight

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Little Sunlight Trail follows Little Sunlight Creek just over the boundary into the North Absaroka Wilderness. You can either make this a lollipop or out and back adventure. Views, wildlife and an incredibly scenic drive in make this a great trail.

  9. Clarks Fork Trail

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This mostly level trail hugs the north rim of the Clarks Fork River and its impressive gorge. The easy five mile out and back route meanders through open, rolling country and makes for a good leg stretcher on your way to Cooke City.

  10. Beartooth Lakes

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The gray granite rocks of the Beartooth Plateau provide a welcome change from the brown volcanics of the Absaroka Range to the south. This trail meanders near lake shores and through rounded boulders strewn across grassy meadows as though thrown by some ancient giant. The views don’t get much prettier than this.

  11. Beartooth Loop Trail - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This trail has it all - high, snow-covered peaks, alpine lakes, big vistas, beautiful forests and meadows filled with wildflowers. It’s considered long and strenuous, but worth the effort.

  12. Spirit Mountain Cave - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This quick and easy hike is great for families who want to get out, see some scenery and burn off a little energy.

  13. Grinnell Meadow Trail - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Grinnell Meadow Trail is one of the best routes on the North Fork to see moose. The trail is a moderate, but sustained uphill for the first 3 or so miles, then it opens out into some of the best meadows in the range where you’ll be rewarded with inspiring views.

  14. Windy Mountain Trail

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Windy Mountain is perfect for summer peak baggers. The summit is just under 3 miles from the start of the trail, but you’ll climb up, up, up in that short distance. Start this hike early in the day to get off the exposed summit before the afternoon thundershowers start up.

  15. Copper Lakes Trail

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Although it’s a long drive to the trailhead and a steep climb, the views from Copper Lakes will make you glad you made the effort. Cobalt blue water, scree slopes and isolation are the key words to describe this hike.

  16. Meadow Creek Trail

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Although this isn’t a long trail, it gains elevation fast. From the top of Francs Peak you’ll get some great vistas all the way north to Montana, south to the Wind River Mountains, west to the southern end of the Yellowstone Plateau and east to the Big Horn Mountains. This is big mountain country.

  17. Heart Mountain - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Amazing views of the entire Big Horn Basin greet you when you finally make the summit on this hike.

  18. The Sphinx - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The Sphinx is your winter bouldering go-to spot if you want to fit in a quick lunch climb or if you have all day to work problems.

  19. Carcass Crag - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Carcass Crag, about halfway up Cedar Mountain is home to the Antelope Boulder, one of the all-around best boulders in the Cody area.

  20. Africa - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Like other bouldering areas on Cedar Mountain, Africa has enough great routes on several different boulders to keep you crushing all day.

  21. The Switchbacks - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The Switchback area is found between the hairpin turns on the Cedar Mountain Road. It's a good spot for anyone short on time but needing a rock fix.

  22. The Highway - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    For an easy access bit of bouldering for folks on a time crunch, the Highway area can be just right.

  23. Mid-Mountain - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Mid-Mountain bouldering area lives up to its name. It’s halfway between Africa and the Maze, closest to the car and still hides projects that haven’t been developed yet. Climb your heart out in this spot.

  24. The Island - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The Island is tucked in between two tunnels on the Yellowstone Road, but it’s a refuge for sport climbers.

  25. Lower Granite - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Lower Granite is Cody’s latest and greatest scene for climbing.