This is your chance to experience the best of the Bighorns. Regardless of what time of year it is, you’re going to find plenty to do. Keep an eye on our Community Calendar while you’re planning as new events pop-up throughout the year.
Bighorn Mountain Guides
1147 N Gould St
Sheridan, WY 82801
Bighorn Mountain Guides is a local business based out of lovely Sheridan, WY. In 2018 Nick Flores started the guide service to give the community and the visitors to the community another great recreational opportunity. We are blessed to have such amazing rock for rock climbing right in our backyard! Bighorn Mountain Guides’ mission is to increase climbing in the Bighorn Mountains by educating, inspiring, and ensuring safety.
All guides working for Bighorn Mountain Guides are certified for guiding under the American Mountain Guide Association and have several years of experience with technical rock climbing. We are constantly staying up to date on the best practices for guiding and practicing our techniques.
Rock climbing is a great activity for all ages, especially youngsters looking for a new hobby! Bighorn Mountain Guides has all the appropriate climbing gear needed for a climbing adventure. Please visit or website or contact us for more information.
Crazy Horse Tours
A Crazy Horse Tour allows you to walk in the actual footsteps of the Lakota war chief Crazy Horse. You’ll see for yourself the country where he lived, where he fought, and where he died. If you are interested in Crazy Horse or Indian Wars history, this will be a moving, once-in-a-lifetime experience that you will never forget.
- 5 Nights Lodging at 3-Star & above Hotels – breakfast provided each morning.
- Modern air conditioned bus transportation.
- Catered dinners (4 of the 5 nights) with guest speakers.
- Tour will be guided by Dave Wooten, author of Crazy Horse: Where My Dead Lie Buried.
- Visits to the Little Bighorn Battlefield, Fort Phil Kearny, the Fetterman Battlefield, Crazy Horse Memorial, Fort Robinson & Red Cloud Agency, and the Black Hills.
- We’ll also enjoy stunning views and landscapes in Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Nebraska.
- Complimentary video of your tour experience after conclusion of tour.
Fly Shop of the Bighorns
201 N. Main Street
Sheridan, WY 82801
Rock Creek Anglers is a well-established fly-fishing guide service located in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming. We lead highly professional guided fly-fishing adventures on world-class waters in both Wyoming and Montana. We coordinate our trips through both our full-service Fly Shop on Main Street in historic downtown Sheridan, Wyoming as well as our satellite shop, the Rock Creek Rod & Gun Shop in Saddlestring, Wyoming on the property of the historic HF Bar Guest Ranch. Both of our shop locations provide strategic access to a tremendous array of world-class fly-fishing destinations such as Montana’s Bighorn River and Wyoming’s North Platte.
Thunder Mountain Tours
888-800-1876 | 307-672-5291
400 Dutch Creek Rd
PO Box 98
Wyarno, WY 82845
Thunder Mountain Tours provides visitors to the area and locals alike a rare glimpse into this spectacular period in history. We provide western historical tours, sightseeing tours, specific destination tours, private tours, and photographic tours of north-central Wyoming.
“We travelled to Sheridan last year and had Mike Kuzara provide us with a private full day tour. Our interest was with the native American Indian history and artefacts. He drove us around the town of Sheridan, and then up to Montana to the Little Big Horn Battlefield via the Rosebud Battlefield and back in a big loop. Mike did a wonderful job of fully describing all of the history and stopping at places of interest as we went . . . even organized a talk with one of the Ranger’s at the Little Bighorn Battlefield (who was a Crow Native Indian), and places where we could look at the making of, and purchase native Indian artefacts. Mike was very informative and had a lot of knowledge about the history of the area, and the places of interest to us. I enjoyed the short stay we had in the town of Sheridan, and would like to go back there.”