December 11, 2017
LANDER, WYOMING—Rock and Ice magazine brought a group of 15 photographers to Wyoming’s Wind River Country/Fremont county in September, and the resulting issue hit the racks this month.
The seven-spread photo essay, titled “Cowboy Poetry” features the storied Wild Iris climbing area, with a few moments captured in the town of Lander between sends and snaps.
Central Wyoming College (CWC) hosted the group for nearly a week at its Sinks Canyon Center, a perfect pairing. CWC has an outstanding outdoor education and leadership associate’s degree program and the Sinks Canyon Center is situated at the foot of another world-class climbing destination in Wind River Country.
“We love helping host Rock and Ice and being home to CWC,” said Wind River Visitors Council communications manager Casey Adams. “Both epitomize the reason Lander and Wind River Country are international climbing destinations.”
Pick up a copy of the January issue of Rock and Ice at any news rack or check it out online. Learn more about rock climbing in Wind River Country at windriver.org.
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Related Links: Lander Chamber of Commerce, Riverton Chamber of Commerce, Dubois Chamber of Commerce, Destination Dubois, Shoshoni Chamber of Commerce
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About Wyoming’s Wind River Country/Fremont County
Wyoming’s Wind River Country is the authentic, untamed West. It holds the answers to your adventurous spirit. Come discover new things like the best route to Yellowstone, see an Indian powwow, ride a horse or holler at a rodeo, pan for real gold, and hike in country that will take your breath away. Find the room to breathe, slow your pace a bit, and discover uncontrived adventure that will rejuvenate your soul in Wind River Country.Posted in Pressroom