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Winter Activities in WY
Ice Climbing, Skiing, Tubing & Hot Springs
Grand Teton National Park
Winter in Wyoming is a special treat – no matter your itinerary. Whether heading to the Equality State for a family vacation, a romantic winter break, or a ski trip with friends, Wyoming fits the bill with flying colors. Grab your scarves and gloves, and pick out your favorite coat, because we’re heading to Big Wyoming this winter.
Cowboy up in the Cowboy State with adventurous winter recreation like ice climbing in Cody – home to the largest gathering of frozen waterfalls in the country thanks to the South Fork of the Shoshone River.
Visiting Cody during President's Day Weekend? Be sure to check out the annual Southfork Ice Festival for live music, food, and of course, more ice climbing.
Ski and snowboard your way across the many skiable acres near the city of Pinedale – including the Jackson Hole Mountain ski area – or bundle up the kids for a holiday sleigh ride through Jackson Hole valley. Sign up for a snowmobile tour of the Grand Teton National Park, and grab a tube for a zip down the snowy Wyoming hills at the King Tubes Snow Tube Park.
Looking to warm those toes after a crisp day on skis and tube? Make your way to the Wyoming city of Thermopolis for the Hot Springs State Park. Open throughout the year, this state park encompasses the largest single mineral hot spring on the globe. Dunk yourself in the outdoor and indoor pools of the State Bath House – free to the public.
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