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  1. Heart Lake - Backpacking/Camping

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    Lofty Mt. Sheridan presides over Heart Lake and its impressive geothermal basin.

  2. Thorofare Trail - Backpacking/Camping

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    The Thorofare region is the quintessential backpacking experience into the most isolated region in the Lower 48 states.

  3. Dead Indian Trail - Hiking

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    Despite the rather politically incorrect name, the Dead Indian Trail is an easy out and back that takes you into what’s often referred to as the Switzerland of Wyoming. You’ll be surrounded by high, snow-clad peaks with grassy slopes that make you forget you’re in windy, flat, sagebrush-covered Wyoming.

  4. Blackwater Natural Bridge

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    The reward at the end of this rather long and strenuous hike is getting to see one of the largest rock arches in the world.

  5. Where to See Fall Colors in Northwest Wyoming

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    The fall colors in Northwest Wyoming are brilliant this time of year. Here's where to take in one of Mother Nature's most stunning shows.

  6. Mountain Biking in Cody: 4 Must-Do Rides

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    Mountain biking in Cody is becoming a new favorite for local outdoor lovers. Here, 4 great rides to explore while warm weather lingers.

  7. Beat the Heat: 5 Ways to Cool Off in Yellowstone National Park

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    From shady trails to swimming holes, Yellowstone has some great spots where you can beat the heat in the last few days of summer.

  8. The Wild West River Fest Cody: Fun Times for All Water Lovers

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    Grab a paddle and head to the Wild West River Fest, Aug. 21-23, for races, demos, and other fun ways to appreciate the Shoshone River.

  9. The Unwritten Rules of Fly Fishing Etiquette

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    Wild back-casting, hogging a run, crossing lines: Have you ever broken the unwritten rules of fly fishing etiquette? Our primer may help.

  10. Hiking in Cody With Kids: 6 Tips for Making It Fun

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    Looking for some kid-friendly hiking in Cody? Here, we spoke to parents and passionate outdoor adventurers for some tips on doing it right.

  11. Paddles, (Gal) Pals, and Pinot: Learn How and Where to SUP in Cody

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    This summer, learn the basics of how and where to SUP in Cody with an innovative program that aims to get women on paddleboards.

  12. 5 Hikes to Savor Summer Wildflower Season in Cody

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    Summer wildflower season in Cody and East Yellowstone is fleeting but fantastic. Here's where to go to get your bloom on.

  13. 4 Tips for Staying Safe in Grizzly Country

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    A recent viral video of bears and tourists in Yellowstone offers a timely reminder on the importance of staying safe in grizzly country.

  14. 5 Awesome Climbing Routes Around Cody

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    Cody has become a climbing and bouldering hotbed as of late. These five awesome climbing routes around Cody are worth checking out.

  15. 4 Great Hikes Close to Downtown Cody

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    Choose from these four great hikes close to downtown Cody, Wyoming, for spectacular views and fun way to break a sweat.

  16. 5 Fun Adventures to Escape the Wind in Cody

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    Escape the wind in Cody with these five great adventures, including hikes and the always awesome option of camping out at the local bar.

  17. Yellowstone in Late Winter: Serene Hikes, Lots of Wildlife, No Crowds

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    Yellowstone in late winter is an ideal time to visit, with far fewer crowds, abundant wildlife, and serene landscapes.

  18. Biking in Yellowstone: 3 Great Rides for Fall

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    Biking in Yellowstone is sublime in the fall: Tourists are gone, car traffic is minimal, and you'll feel like the park is all yours.

  19. Hot Springs Around Yellowstone: Where to (Legally) Take a Dip

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    The hot springs around Yellowstone offer a uniquely local experience. Here's where to soak up this fun fall adventure.

  20. Beck Lake - Flat Water Paddling

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    Beginning kayakers or SUP’ers will find Beck Lake the perfect place to hone their water skills.

  21. Newton Lakes Kayak - Flat Water Paddling

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    Boaters looking for a sense of seclusion that’s just five minutes from town will fall in love with Newton Lakes.

  22. Oregon Basin - Cycling

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    A ride out along this route gives you a good overview of the local landscape. You’ll start and end on two major highways but enjoy a good 10 miles of quiet in the middle.

  23. The North Fork Highway - Cycling

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    The gradual uphill grade of the North Fork Highway combined with amazing views makes for a wonderful road cycling adventure.

  24. The South Fork Road - Cycling

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    If you want a great half day workout with lots of scenery to hold your eye and interest, the South Fork Road is it.

  25. Yellowstone Lake - Flat Water Paddling

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    Yellowstone Lake is North America's largest high elevation lake and it's perfect for kayaking or a paddle board if you know where to go and what you’re doing.