In a world where entire generations of people have never seen the Milky Way and less than 20 percent of Americans and Europeans can even see the stars in the sky at night, Wyoming’s Wind River Country is delighted to be the dark spot on the map.

See the night sky as it was meant to be seen at Torrey Rim, Ring Lake and Trail Lake near Dubois, Wyoming. You’ll be surrounded by the Fitzpatrick Wilderness, the Shoshone National Forest and Whiskey Mountain, home to the largest wintering herd of Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep in North America. You’ll be in the presence of the distinctive petroglyphs (rock art) of the early Sheep Eater Indians (Mountain Shoshone) and the rugged mountains that sustained them for hundreds of years. Come see our night skies. We’ve got Room to Breathe.