THE GREAT OUTDOORS
WELCOME TO NORTHERN WYOMING'S BIGHORN MOUNTAIN REGION
Offering spectacular scenery and wildlife viewing, this awesome place has endless ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Everything from hiking, camping, backpacking, snowmobiling, x-country skiing and snowshoeing to fishing, hunting, rock climbing, horseback riding, ATV and mountain biking. All four seasons of the year provide breathtaking sights and many ways to enjoy the great outdoors. There is no match for a relaxing and revitalizing personal experience.
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FISHING & HUNTING
New and seasoned Wyoming hunters alike, welcome to the Sheridan region where we have a hunting abundance! Our long and rich tradition boasts an abundance and diverse wildlife, drawing hunters and photographers alike. These prized hunting grounds are comprised of public and private lands, both integral to maintaining the myriad of species for which we are known: mule and white-tailed deer, elk, moose, AND black bear; Birds – pheasants, gray partridge, sharp-tailed grouse and sage grouse, blue grouse, turkeys.
Nestled in the arms of the Bighorn Mountains lies Wyoming’s Golf Capital—81 holes all within a 35 mile radius of our warm and bustling community. Rich in western history, this fine and friendly locale lies central to four of the state’s finest golf courses.
Come play and enjoy any of these championship courses that offer fantastic mountain views.
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The Bighorn Mountain Range is 80 miles long – extending south from the Montana border to Central Wyoming – and features a mixture of high-quality climbing routes in all vertical ranges up to 1,600’. These routes vary by size and location, and are composed of a mixture of rock (granite, sandstone, and limestone) to make things interesting.