Wild Wyoming – Bighorn Sheep & Shoshone Petroglyph Tour (Spring/Fall/Winter)

On this tour you will see the best of Wyoming, exploring both Jackson Hole and Dubois, WY including the beautiful Whiskey Basin Wildlife Management Area.  This area outside of Dubois, WY is rich in Shoshone history with hand-carved petroglyphs scattered throughout the valley.  It is also the wintering habitat of the Rocky Mountains’ largest herd of bighorn sheep!  This full day (10-hour) adventure is a fantastic way to get a taste of “real” Wyoming during your visit to Jackson Hole.  The town of Dubois is an old mining town which still has all the charm of Wyoming 100 years ago, and not to mention some great restaurants to stop for lunch!

 

Wild Wyoming Bighorn Sheep & Shoshone Native American History Tour

From: $1,100.00

This half-day wildlife safari in Grand Teton National Park is sure to provide some amazing views as well as educate on the wildlife and ecology of the Jackson Hole Valley.

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**  Please Note:  Price shown is for groups up to 3 people.  Additional guests (greater than 3) over the age of 10 will be subject to additional charges! **

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