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Wyoming Winter Wanderlust

Winter months can mean frigid temperatures, frosty mornings, and days devoid of much sunshine. But in the Rocky Mountain states, winter is just as full as summer, with adventurous outings and spectacular scenic drives. Wyoming is one such state in which winter gives new outdoor opportunities! You might just find that Wyoming’s winter wonderlands are something you’d like to take part in every year. Corder and Associates is licensed in Wyoming, and we’re here to help you find land for sale in Wyoming.


With eleven resorts to shred some pristine powder, Wyoming offers affordable skiing and some of the country’s best-known resorts. No matter your skill level, the ski areas have you covered. The most popular ski resort, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, has 14 lifts, 133 trails, and over 2,500 acres of land to ensure an enjoyable time. The Grand Targhee Resort tops at 2,602 acres with 6 lifts and 91 trails. Beyond skiing and snowboarding, there are winter activities, including snowshoeing, snowmobiling, fat tire biking, and cross-country skiing.

Winter Events

Start your year off inspired at the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Cheyenne. With fireworks and music, it’s sure to be a wonderful time!

Love to ice fish? Join the Sweetwater County ice fishing competitions—Burbot Bash and Ding the Ling! Win prizes and make memories that last a lifetime!

Watch the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race. It begins in Jackson and goes throughout western Wyoming over ten days. Local towns host the race each night and have celebrations with carnivals and dog parades!

Winter Rodeo? Watch the spirited skijoring races with sledding, hockey games, and fat bike races. Then, head to Jackson for the Kings and Queens of Corbet’s and watch the world’s top skiers and snowboarders perform some stunning tricks.

In March, Jackson holds the World Championship Snowmobile Climb. The race is a narrow course climbing up the summit of Snow King with a 1,500 vertical feet incline.

Hot Springs

After a day carving the slopes, visit one of the many locations in Wyoming with hot springs! Wyoming has a Hot Springs Park in Thermopolis. The minerals from these hot spots are healing and relaxing. Read Hot Springs Central for more information on hot springs!

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