I was pleased to see a recent Expedia story that indicated Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country is the best place in the great state of Wyoming for a nature-lovers. The article cited Yellowstone Country’s “horse trails, camping, biking and rock climbing” that are within easy reach of Cody as well nearby Yellowstone, “bursting with natural wonders, from Old Faithful geyser to Yellowstone Lake.”
If you live in Cody or have visited for even a few days, you know this. If you visit the Yellowstone’s Upper Geyser Basin late on a winter night when there is no one else there except for a lumbering bison illuminated by stars and crunching through the crusty snow in the woods, you know this.
If you join a small-group trail ride along the North Fork of the Shoshone River and spot a moose and calf in the brush on the south side of the riverbank, you know this.
You also know this if you and your friends backpack to a special spot on the South Fork of the Shoshone Read More