Winter in Wyoming Is Unlike Anywhere Else


With incredible powder, epic downhill terrain and sunshine-filled days, Wyoming is a destination unlike any other. Professional and novice skiers and riders from all over the world visit Wyoming for some of the best snow in the country. You will find your perfect spot in at least one of Wyoming’s 10 ski areas.


Rodeo may be Wyoming’s official sport, but skijoring is the state’s unofficial winter sport. It is a uniquely Western athletic and cultural phenomenon. The sport combines two of Wyoming’s favorite pastimes: skiing and horseback riding. Join us during the winter to see for yourself!

Hot Springs

Wyoming’s natural hot springs have been revered and used by Native Americans, mountain men and early pioneers who found a welcoming oasis in the healing waters. Today, you can visit the various hot springs around the state to enjoy and relax.

Outdoor Trails

The best way to experience the winter stillness of Wyoming is to strap on a pair of snowshoes or cross-country skis, or, to explore faster, rent a snowmobile and hit the trails. A range of experiences, from guided tours to open trails, are available around the state to suit your expertise level.

Soak away the chill of winter at one of Wyoming’s natural hot springs. Photo courtesy of the Wyoming Office of Tourism

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