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Wyoming’s best adventure starts in Wind River Country.

Come to get away from the crowds: uplug, unwind and meet Wyoming in the way it’s meant to be met.

Come see what’s waiting for you in Wind River Country.

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Plan to visit Dubois, Hudson, Lander, Riverton, Shoshoni and the Wind River Indian Reservation.

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Boysen Reservoir

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We love going beyond the screen when it’s time to plan a trip. There’s such nostalgia in the simple act of spreading out a travel booklet across the kitchen table and letting your imagination run wild while you plan what’s to come. Start Planning

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From the Wind River valley to the peaks of the Absaroka range, and every legendary landmark in between –– winter is a remarkable season in #windrivercountry.
It seems ironic that the masked bandit of old west lore has become a symbol of safety in modern times –– we're doing our part to keep the legend alive in #windrivercountry.
We’re spending this #windrivercountry Wednesday at Split Rock — an unmistakable 7,300' Granite Mountain landmark overlooking the Sweetwater River Valley.
The National Museum of Military Vehicles has been nominated for a USA TODAY @10best “Readers' Choice Award” in the Best New Attraction category! Vote through the link in our bio –– once per day, every day through December 21st –– and let 'em know the top new attraction is right here in #windrivercountry! @nmmv_wy
Six feet of separation has been the standard since the ol' west was brand new. Play it safe all weekend long in #windrivercountry.
"I’ve driven by these badlands a half dozen times at least. Always in awe. How quickly the landscape changes. The colors. The scale." 
@emilyventures in #windrivercountry