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Buffalo Bill was one of the nation’s first outdoorsmen. This was his personal playground. Today, Cody continues to be a hub for all sorts of outdoor adventure. Everything from a hike through the breathtaking Absaroka Mountains to a mountain bike ride across “Twisted Sister”. Cast a fly in the Shoshone River, take on the cliffs of the North Absaroka Range for a little rock or ice climbing, or float the Shoshone River Canyon. There’s no shortage of outdoor fun and adventure in Buffalo Bill’s personal playground.
For the ultimate winter adrenaline rush, it doesn’t get much better than ice climbing in Cody Yellowstone. The altitude and geography around the Shoshone River, plus ideal melt-freezing temperatures for several months of the year, create the perfect playground for ice climbing enthusiasts.
Feel the freedom of speeding across snowbound landscapes on a thrilling snowmobile adventure in Cody Yellowstone. With almost 7,000 square miles of unspoiled wilderness, and 60 miles of groomed runs, Park County is the perfect place to blaze your own trail.