The past is always present in Cody Country. This part of Wyoming represents the last of the true West. Cody is what America was, a place where the cowboy culture thrives and where the new west begins. The vistas are spectacular, the land is wild, the people are genuinely friendly and the opportunities for outdoor adventure, recreation, education and entertainment are as large and varied as the Wyoming skies.

Cody Country has a well-developed hospitality industry with varied lodging opportunities, fine dining, world-class museums and western activities. We are the only gateway community with two entrances to Yellowstone National Park and Cody is the hub for several loop tour drives that access five different Scenic Byways.

Scout Statue

Cody Activities

Looking for the next great escape? Try some of these fun-filled activities to keep your western vacation action-packed!

Joyvagen Cycles

Joyvagen rents out cruiser bikes for as little as a half-day, as well as a variety of "demo bikes" which are higher-performance options (all-terrain). These bikes give customers a chance to try before they buy, or just to enjoy a type of bike they don`t own with less commitment. They have bikes for every level of experience. Make sure to stop in and check it out!

Town Cruisers - $20/day

Hardtail Mountain Bike - $35/day

Full Suspension Demo - $35/day

Location: 901 12th Street Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 527-0640


Sleeping Giant Zipline Tours

Yellowstone Recreations Foundation (YRF), run by a volunteer board, manages the Sleeping Giant Ski Area. After years of dedication, community fundraising, generous and selfless donors, and just plain hard work, they have brought the Sleeping Giant Zipline to Cody. The mission of the Foundation is to provide safe, affordable and educational recreation opportunities that enhance quality of life and promote economic development.

Open Daily June 15th through September 15th 9 am to 6 pm

Duration - 2 to 2.5 hours

Minimum Weight - 50 lbs

Maximum Weight - 275 lbs

Dress - Layers, Closed Toed Shoes

Groups - Max 10 to 12

Reservations - Highly Recommended, but not required

Location: 348 North Fork Highway Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 587-3125


Red Canyon River Trips

Here at Cody Wyoming Adventures we have a love for everything outdoors, and enjoy sharing our passion with others.We believe that all of our visitors deserve first-class, fun, and educational tours. Our staff are not just guides, but family and friends, that share in our believes. We keep our tours smaller and more personalized, to insure that you have one-on-one time with your guide. The greater Yellowstone area is an amazing outdoor wonderland, for all to enjoy and we feel blessed,to be able to share this with our visitors. We give professional and accommodating tours of Yellowstone National Park, The McCullough Peak Wild Mustangs, Kirwin Ghost Town, and several different rivers and lakes. On our white water river trips, we have a variety of sized boats, whether you have a large group or just a couple of people, we have the perfect trip for you.If you`d like to try something a little different, I personally would recommend, my favorite "duckies".We can also give you the option of hanging out on the lake, paddle-boarding, kayaking, or Zayaking for a fun relaxing day. It is often said that the perfect way to spend a day in Cody is, "To go see the wild mustangs in the morning, and then hit the river in the afternoon." Personally, I believe that there are so many wonderful things to see and do here, that it`s hard for me to make a decision. Hope to see you soon, so that you can see what everybody`s talking about.Safe travels, from Sunny at Cody Wyoming Adventures!

Location: 1119 12th Street | Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-6988


Wyoming River Trips

Welcome to Cody Wyoming and the home of Wyoming River Trips. While in Cody, we invite you to put on the life jacket and join us for some family fun on the river! Wyoming River Trips is the only continually owned and operated company in the historic Cody area running the Shoshone River.

Location: 233 Yellowstone Ave, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-6661


Gradient Mountain Sports

Whether you are looking for world-class whitewater or pristine lakes for multi-day touring, or just an afternoon on a local lake with the kids and some paddle boards, Gradient Mountain Sports can outfit you for any of your paddlesports adventures! Check out their website for Paddleboard Yoga, Paddle Like A Girl, and their new adventure this summer. They will be driving a trailer full of equipment to different lakes throughout the summer. Stop in and reserve and find out which body of water they are heading to for the weekend and reserve your gear!!

Location: 1390 Sheridan Ave. Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-4659


North Fork Anglers Guided Fishing Trips

Choose from walk/wade trips, float trips, horseback wilderness trips, walk-in pack trips, float tube trips, combination hunting/fishing trips or custom-designed itineraries. Every trip is tailored to suit the needs, expectations and experience levels of each angler in the party. North Fork Anglers` guides provide fly fishing instruction and assistance with casting techniques, fly presentation, streamside entomology, catch and release ethics and more. Most importantly, your guide will put you over trout - every day - so you can catch trout while learning new skills on the water. A bent rod, or line peeling off a spool, is a great reward for doing everything right. Your guide will be there to assist in the landing and release for a quick photo. North Fork Anglers specializes in taking neophyte anglers to the rivers and streams in the area and welcome them into this tightly bound fly fishing `family` of specialized anglers. North Fork Anglers has been guiding fly fishermen and women in the Greater Yellowstone/Cody Wyoming region since 1984. During the past 20+ years, we have made lots of friends and have fine-tuned our guide skills to assist every angler`s skill level. North Fork Anglers is also an Orvis Endorsed Outfitter, which assures you of our responsibility to give you the trip of a lifetime, no matter how big or small the `trophy`. Experience the beauty and excitement of fishing in the Cody Wyoming area.

Location: 1107 Sheridan Avenue Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 527-7274


Cody Shooting Complex

The public is invited to shoot at most scheduled Pistol, Rifle, and Shotgun events! Check the on-line calendar for dates and times since early registration may be required. Call or email the Venue Manager if you have questions. South Rifle and Pistol Range is usually open to the public on the following days and times. The public hours have changed to the following days and times. Wednesday Noon to 3 PM Saturday 9 AM to Noon Sunday 9 AM to 3 PM

Location: 61 Rd 7Wc, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-5236


Spelunking in Spirit Mountain Cave

Discovered by a bobcat hunter named Ned Frost in 1908, Spirit Mountain Cave was designated as a national monument by President Taft the following year. Due in part to the fact that this place is not especially easy to reach, this designation was dropped in the 1940`s. The cave was commercially operated for a brief time in the 1950`s and 1960`s. Today, the entrance is gated off and the key is controlled by the BLM, which requires a permit for entry into cave. There are likely undiscovered rooms and passageways in this cave, and it is theorized that it might be possible to go all the way through the mountain or down to the Shoshone River. On the southwest part of the mountain, the topographic maps show a cavern entrance at 5980 feet, but this was sealed off with concrete in 1947. During construction of the Shoshone Canyon Conduit (one of the water outlets from Buffalo Bill Dam) through Cedar Mountain in the 1930`s, several caverns and passageways containing hydrogen sulfide gas were encountered. To reach the main cave entrance, park at the sign before the blue gate and hike for about a quarter of a mile down the trail. A permit and a key is required to enter the Spirit Mountain Cave, and may be obtained from the BLM Office in Cody, which is located at 1002 Blackburn Ave.

Location: Cody, Wyoming


Tread`n`Trails

Tread `n` Trails offers access to some of this area`s remote and stunning locales that before this have been known as "the local`s secret spots." With half and full day off road tour options, the Tread `n` Trails Wyoming tour guides will provide you with all of the tools and knowledge you will need to explore Wyoming. There are three major tours.

  • *The Spirit of Cody - 1 hr - $49 per person.
  • "Peaks to Prairie" - 4 hr - $145 per person.
  • "The Ghost Town" - Full Day - $199 per person.
  • See website for full tour details. Can also rent for an hour, a day, or make a custom plan.

Location: 405 Yellowstone Ave Cody WY

Phone: 1-307-296-7171


Roger`s Sport Center

Off-Road Recreation Rentals. These rentals are ready to react and perform like no other, giving you complete confidence and getting you out there! A variety of ATV`s and UTV`s Available * Trailer Rentals Explore More Enjoy the freedom of exploring all that Northwest Wyoming has to offer: Shoshone National Forest, Big Horn National Forest, Red Lakes, McCullough Peaks, Beartooth Mountains, Cooke City and More! **Trail Maps Available Prices Range from $160 to $275/Day *INS required

Location: 2812 Big Horn Ave Cody WY

Phone: 307-587-6818

 

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Since 1917, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center has been committed to the greatness and growth of the American West, keeping those western experiences alive for today`s visitors and those in the future. We have the finest in western art and artifacts, firearms, Native culture, and natural history of Yellowstone. Just William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody "took the West to the world," we`ve taken on the challenge of bringing the West to you. Come celebrate the Spirit of the American West with us, and discover the West of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Plan your visit today! Dates to Remember:

  • June 1st: Opening of the redone
  • Cody Firearms Museum June 15th-June 16th: Plains Indian Museum Powwow
  • July 5th and 6th: Grand Opening of Cody Firearms Museum
  • June-July: Special Exhibit on 100 years of Rodeo

Location: Cody, Wyoming

Phone: 307-587-4771


Old Trail Town and Museum of the Old West

The Old West as it really was! A great family adventure where you can feel the western experience! Visit Jeremiah Johnson`s grave, the old Rivers saloon, the blacksmith and livery stable, homesteaders cabin and wagon barn. See Indian artifacts, Butch Cassidy`s hole in the wall cabin, 26 historic buildings as well as a cemetery! Open: May 15th-September 30th 8 am - 7 pm Off-Season weather permitting and by appointment

Location: Next to the Rodeo Grounds, Cody

Phone: 307-587-5302


Cody Dug Up Gun Museum

troll through history while viewing over a thousand relic guns & other weapons from many different time periods and locations including "America`s War of Independence, The Gold Rush Era, The US Civil War, The Old West & Indian Wars, World War I, The Roaring 20`s, and World War II. The Cody Dug Up Gun Museum is one of Cody, Wyoming`s newest attractions and a great look at history for the whole family. Open to the public in May of 2009, the museum is a proud sponsor of the Cody Gunfighter`s Show at the World Famous Irma Hotel (just steps away from our museum!!) Cody Chamber of Commerce, and enthusiastic supporters of Cody`s attractions.

Location: 1020 12th St. Cody, WY

Phone: 307-587-3344


The Heart Mountain Interpretive Center

In August of 2011, the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation opened its doors to the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center, a world-class museum dedicated to passing on the Heart Mountain story to future generations. Through photographs, artifacts, oral histories and interactive exhibits, guests to the Center experience life at Heart Mountain through the eyes of those Japanese and Japanese Americans that were confined here during WWII. The Center provides an overview of the wartime relocation of Japanese Americans, including the background history of anti-Asian prejudice in America and the factors leading to their enforced relocation and confinement. Special emphasis is given to the experience of incarceration, the diverse personal responses of Japanese Americans to their imprisonment, constitutional issues, violations of civil liberties and civil rights, and the broader issues of race and social justice in the U.S. The New York Times praised the Interpretive Center for "powerfully commemorating" the "tragic consequences" of the government`s wartime imprisonment of Japanese Americans, including "the violation of principle, the loss of property, the inability of internees to pick up their old lives, the suicides, the hatreds, [and] the lost possibilities." With the opening of the Center, the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation looks to the future of the Foundation and the Interpretive Center as we continue our efforts to remind the Nation about the importance of tolerance and the need to balance our concern for national security with a commitment to protect the basic civil rights of all of our citizens. The Heart Mountain Relocation Center opened in August 1942 and imprisoned more than 14,000 people during its three-year existence. The last incarcerees left the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in November, 1945.

Location: 1539 Road 19, Powell, WY 82435

Phone: (307) 754-8000


Dude Rancher`s Association Museum

The Dude Rancher`s Association is a non-profit dedicated to keeping Dude Ranching alive. They have a Heritage Education Center located downtown Cody WY across from the Irma Hotel. Inside you will find neat historical items that go along with Dude Ranching and the Western way of life. "The purpose of the Dude Ranch Foundation is to protect and preserve the History of Dude Ranching by maintaining a museum and archives for educating the public on the historical nature of the Dude Ranching Industry." Make sure to stop in and check it out!

Location: 1122 12th Street Cody WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-2339


 

Boulder Basin Outfitters

From The beautiful Washakie Wilderness around Cody to the pristine Wind River range out of Dubois and Breath taking beauty of the Bridger Tetons and Jackson Hole. Let our professional Staff and gentle Mountain horse`s and mule`s carry you and your family or group to a little piece of heaven here on earth. Whatever your interest; Horseback Riding, Camping, Fly fishing, Wildlife & Photo Safaris, Corporate retreats and Horse Assisted Backpack Tours. With 24 plus years of guiding back country pack trips and fly fishing adventures Carl Sauerwein will assure you this will be one of your best vacations ever.

Location: 3348 Northfork Hwy Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-3404


Boulder Basin Outfitters

Generations of Experience Hunting and Fishing Wyoming Carl Sauerwein, owner of Boulder Basin Outfitters, bring more than a lifetime`s worth of hunting and fishing experience to his Wyoming outfitting business. Born and raised into a family with outfitting experience that spans back generations, Carl has more skill and knowledge of Wyoming big game hunting and fishing than the average Cody Country Outfitter. While hunting skill and knowledge is integral to being a good outfitter, there is something that really sets Boulder Basin Outfitters, apart their passion. Carl is passionate about their business, and about the land they call home. It is this passion that makes Boulder Basin Outfitters unique, this love of the land and the sport, and the enjoyment of bringing this once-in-a-lifetime experience to others. They take pride in bringing memorable archery hunting, rifle hunting, fly fishing, and summer pack trip experiences to their clients.

Location: 3348 Northfork Hwy. Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-3404


Bliss Creek Outfitters

Bliss Creek Outfitters is one of the premier Big Game Outfitters in North America. We offer quality Guided Wilderness Elk, Sheep, Moose and Bear Hunts in beautiful Northwest Wyoming. We have been featured in Bowhunter Magazine, Bowhunting World, Sporting Classics, Gray`s Sporting Journal, among others. You may also have seen us on ESPN, ESPN 2 and the Outdoor Channel.

Location: PO Box 2776 ~ Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-764-2363


Hidden Creek Outfitters

Hidden Creek Outfitters offers wilderness adventures in Wyoming`s famed Thorofare River drainage located outside the southeast corner of Yellowstone National Park. Step back in time for a few days or for the extended cross country experience. Summer wilderness horse pack trips, Fishing, Camping, Photography and Art Trips. Fall hunting for trophy Elk, Deer, Big Horn Sheep and Black Bear. Our Thorofare Adventures offers the outdoor enthusiast and avid hunter a professional guide service in the largest, most remote wilderness area in the lower 48! Browse through the site and let your imagination run to the wilds of Wyoming!

Location: 23 Rd. 6MR, Cody WY 82414

Phone: 307-899-5124


Livingston Outfitting

Livingston Outfitting offers horseback hunting adventures for your friends and family in the beautiful Wyoming Mountains. These Wyoming hunting trips are conducted on horseback, using seasoned horses and mules. Our Wyoming wilderness hunts are the old–fashioned pack in style hunts. Your Wyoming hunting adventures could include Elk, Mule Deer or Big Horn Sheep. You can also fish the many Wyoming rivers and streams for Rainbow, Cutthroat, and Brook Trout.

Location: 29 Pack Saddle Trail Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-527-7415


Shoshone Lodge Outfitters

Adventure awaits you on one of the many Wyoming big game hunts available in the magnificent East Yellowstone Valley. Whether your goal is to have a memorable vacation with family and friends, or to hunt one of the many big game animals this area has to offer, you won`t be disappointed with Shoshone Lodge Outfitters. Hunters are given the opportunity to benefit from the proximity to Yellowstone National Park as the animals migrate from the Park into our prime hunting areas. You can "rough it" in one of our high mountain camps or stay in a cozy cabin with family and friends at Shoshone Lodge and hunt from there.

Location: 23 Sunburst Drive Cody WY 82414

Phone: 307-899-4673


Lost Creek Outfitters

Griz started guiding in the early 80`s in Montana and Idaho. He then moved to Cody, Wyoming in 1987 where he has guided ever since. Griz has guided hunts in South America during the offseason for 8 years. He is also going on his 10th year of guiding hunts in Alaska, where he guides spring grizzly and brown bear hunts. At Lost Creek Outfitters our mission is to maintain our commitment of being a small, high-quality hunting and pack-trip operation. We strive to be the best outfitter in the business, not just `one of the good ones.` We truly value and cherish our clients and the great friends they become. We want their experience with us to be prized for a lifetime. We are strictly a fair chase, legal operation who loves the wildlife and the opportunities we have to pursue them. We study and live with the game. We hunt and love sharing our experiences and knowledge with others. If we are honored with your business, we promise to make every effort humanly possible to provide our clients with a very personal, quality, safe and successful wilderness adventure second to none. You won`t be just a number with us, but rather a lifelong friend. We thank you for your time and consideration!

Location: 27 Jim Mountain Dr. Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 527-6251


Open Creek Outfitters

Open Creek Outfitters operates in the Bridger Teton National Forest. I pride myself in providing the highest quality wilderness adventures possible. I would really enjoy getting to meet you, whether it`s on a fall hunt or a summer scenic pack trip.

Location: 21 Arrowhead Drive Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: 307-587-5609


7D Ranch Outfitting

7D Ranch Outfitting is a family business with a lot of tradition and history. Meade Dominick`s grandfather harvested his first trophy bull elk in Sunlight Basin in 1949. Meade grew up around the industry of outfitting; his grandfather Dewitt and father Marshall were both previously outfitters. They set the standard for an outfitting business that specializes in quality custom hunts. Meade carries on the family tradition with his passion about hunting and the backcountry. Meade was fortunate enough to grow up in Sunlight Basin and the Cody area allowing him to be brought up hunting the area he now outfits. 7D Ranch Outfitting specializes in guided hunts for Wyoming Big Horn Sheep, Mountain Goat, Elk, and Mule Deer hunts. Meade and his wife Andrea`s number one priority is to provide the highest quality service to their clients. They want all of their clients to be proud of the animal that they harvest. He and his crew have a passion for hunting and are all quality individuals.

Location: 2832 Chopper Ln. Cody WY 82414

Phone: (307) 899-1490


Wapiti Ridge Outfitters

We are World Class Guides working hard to get you World Class Trophies! If you`re as eager to participate in a World-Class Hunt as we are to provide you with that experience, give us a Call Today or use the form below to get the process started. It`s important to sign up as soon as feasibly possible. Some hunts are booked 1 year in advance.

Location: 396 Bluffview Road, Wheatland, WY 82201

Phone: 307-899-1245


Butte Creek Outfitters

Butte Creek Outfitters is a full-service hunting & summer pack trip provider offering services throughout spectacular NW Wyoming. Family-owned & operated.

Location: P.O. Box 2166, Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 587-6016


Big Horn Basin Outfitters

Dean Johnson started guiding and outfitting in the area in 1967. As the former owner, he is still deeply involved in the operation. He not only assists with bookings but continues to do some guiding. The camp was formerly owned by Les Bowman, a well known outdoor and hunting writer of the 1950s and 1960s. Bowman and Jack O`Connor, another well-known outdoor author and Bowman`s good friend, were inspired by these surroundings that they explored and hunted together. The camp has further historical value as President Theodore Roosevelt hunted the area during his adventures out West. The environment still produces trophy class animals comparable to the heads of thirty and forty years ago. Today, we limit the number of hunters so that we do not overload the area.

Location: 2604 Yellowstone Hwy. Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: 307-587-2097


Fishhawk Creek Mtn Outfitters

Quality not Quantity! We run a MAX of 4 hunters in a camp at a time, and 15 hunters per year. Our Numbers are good and our Bulls are BIG!

Location: 543 Lane 1 Powell, Wyoming 82435

Phone: (307) 254-2547


Switchback Outfitters

Switchback Outfitters is based near the Yellowstone Park area of Wyoming and Montana. Our business is located in one of the premiere big game hunting areas in the state of Wyoming.

Location: PO Box 2296 Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 406-446-1311

Gary Fales Outfitting Snowmobile Tours

Yellowstone National Park is a winter wonderland. From the third week of December until the first of March, Rimrock Ranch as Gary Fales Outfitting guides snowmobile tours into the park. We offer an all-day tour which includes Old Faithful, the Gyser Basin areas, Yellowstone Falls, and Yellowstone Lake. Day trips and overnight trips are also offered and can be customized to fit your needs. Touring the park during winter offers a chance to see the landscape and wildlife in a way that can`t happen during summer. Our goal is to show you the amazing sights and wonders from the unique perspective of a snowmobile traveling through the East Gate, the wildest and most dramatic way into the park. So please join us for a unique experience you will never forget.

Location: 2768 North Fork Highway Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-3970


Skiing and Snowshoeing Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is a wintery wonderland providing opportunities for viewing incredible wildlife, snowy landscapes, and steaming geyser basins. Yellowstone National Park Lodges provides information and packages including backcountry groomed and skiied-in track trails, snowshoe trails and more.

Location: Yellowstone National Park

Phone: (307) 344-7311


Sleeping Giant Ski Area

Wyoming`s most affordable ski area! Great family skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing. Beginners to advanced slopes with two terrain parks. Ski and snowboard lessons, rentals and repairs. Cafeteria and bar in the Day Lodge. Open Mid-December through the end of March, Friday-Sunday and all school holidays, 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please visit website for pricing.

Location: 348 North Fork Hwy, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 587-3125


Wood River Valley Ski Touring Park

The Wood River Valley Ski Touring Park located just 22 miles southwest of Meeteetse offers over 25k of groomed trails, ranging from the scenic and gentle South Fork Trail to the thrilling Brown Creek Trail. The ski touring park is open for use seven days a week. There is no fee, but donations are appreciated to help with the maintenance of the trails. Skiing Wood River Valley affords unique opportunities to photograph and view wildlife, including deer, elk, moose, bighorn sheep and mountain lions. There is also a cabin for lodging on the South Fork Trail. Call the Meeteetse Recreation District for cabin reservations or ski rental equipment.

Location: Meeteetse Rec District 1010 Park Ave

Phone: (307) 868-2603

Dining Guide

Cody is home to a variety of dining establishments that are sure to please every appetite! Let the spirit of world-famous "Buffalo Bill" Cody and his Wild West tingle your taste buds and inhabit your soul.

Cody has many great coffee companies and each has its own unique flare!

 

Cody Coffee Roaster (The Station)

Another local favorite that moved to a new renovated location! Come grab a cup of coffee and maybe a crepe or a delicious sandwich and sit back and relax in the new shaded patio area.

Location: 919 16th Street, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 224-3443


Peter`s Cafe & Bakery

This cafe is located downtown Cody and has been around for many years! They will serve you coffee, lunch, ice cream, and other deserts! This is a popular spot for breakfast with some of the locals! Stop in and check them out on your journey! Take a peek at the menu: places.singleplatform.com

Location: 1219 Sheridan Ave, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 527-5040

Cody Offers a couple different Western Experiences that allow you to enjoy a western meal and a great show of Western Entertainment!

 

The Cody Cattle Company

For one low price enjoy both a delicious all-you-can-eat dinner buffet and a foot-stompin` Western music show with award-winning entertainers. Add a ticket to the Cody Nite Rodeo and save! 2012 Season: June 1 - September 16 Doors open at 5:30 pm Buffet 5:30 - 8:00 pm Show starts at 6:30 pm

Location: 1910 Demaris Street Cody WY

Phone: 307-272-5770


Dan Miller`s Cowboy Music Revue

Join Dan for an evening of music and poetry featuring Tim Bushnell, Hannah Miller and Wendy Corr. Fun, family entertainment in downtown Cody at The Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Monday - Saturday nights, May 15th through October 7 at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $40 per person for Dinner and Show / $16 per person for Show Only. For Reservations and Information please visit the website or call.

Location: 720 Sheridan Avenue, Cody Wyoming

Phone: 307-587-4771

Check out a couple of Cody's historical eateries and not only have a great meal but learn about the establishment!

 

Cassie`s Supper Club

Cassie`s has been the Cody, Wyoming hot spot since it opened in 1922. Founded by Cassie Waters, young widow, sportin` lady, madam and respected businesswoman with spirit of generosity and good-heartedness. Cassie`s establishment has continued to flourish locally through the years as "The Place" to dine and dance. Cassie`s will serve your a memorable meal, be it lunch, dinner or to go. This is a top quality steakhouse serving only the choicest cuts of beef. Steaks are hand cut to order just before grilling and the prime rib can be cut to order as well. Seafood, chicken, and pasta round out the menu. Cassie`s was voted "One of the Top 20 Steakhouses in the West" from Cowboys & Indians magazine November 1999 issue.

Location: 214 Yellowstone Ave Cody WY

Phone: 307-527-5500


Buffalo Bill`s Irma Hotel

Buffalo Bill`s Irma Hotel is the gathering and meeting place for cowboys, artists, ranchers, outfitters and locals. The restaurant is famous for its Prime Rib, and also features many delicious steaks including a Buffalo Rib Eye, seafood sensations such as our Wild West Salmon, and our delicious steak and jumbo shrimp combination. The hotel has a full menu, breakfast, lunch and dinner. We have breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets every day of the week in the summer and often during the rest of the year. You can also sit on the porch and order a snack and a drink and enjoy watching the Gunfighters perform. The Irma still captures the imagination of guests with its turn-of-the-century spirit and delicious food.

Location: 1192 Sheridan Avenue Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-4221

Toll-Free: 1-800-745-IRMA (4762)


Annie`s Soda Saloon & Cafe

Annie`s Old Fashioned Soda Saloon is reviving one of Cody`s most historic downtown spaces. Located across the street from the Irma Hotel on Sheridan Ave, the former early 20th Century physician`s office has been transformed into a western cafe that honors the pioneer doctor who opened Cody Drug and Jewelry Store in 1904. The soda bar features a menu with classic ice cream sodas and shakes, or customers can come in and create their own concoction. To accompany the wide drink selection, an assortment of pastries, paninis, pies, and soups are available, and the food and ice cream menu specials change seasonally. The interior has been completely remodeled on the original wood floor, and along with tables for a relaxed atmosphere, customers can sit or stand at one of the two bars custom made from old barn wood. If you can`t make it out to one of these events, Annie`s Soda Saloon also features a private room that can be reserved for birthday parties, or party planners can reserve the entire restaurant for larger events and fundraisers. Annie`s is also located out at Yellowstone Regional Airport. If you don`t get a chance to stop in town and are flying out make sure to stop in before the flight! For more information on Annie`s Old Fashioned Soda Saloon, you can stop by the shop, find it on facebook.

Location: 1202 Sheridan Avenue Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 578- 8400

 

Cody Offers a few restaurants that serve great Mexican style meals!

 

El Vaquero Mexican Restaurant

Authentic Mexican Food

Location: 2425 Big Horn Ave, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 250-2058


Michael`s Tacos

MICHAEL`S TACOS IS A FAMILY OWNED AUTHENTIC MEXICAN RESTAURANT.

Location: 702 YELLOWSTONE AVE Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 587-5527


Zapata`s

Zapata`s is known for their unique salsa along with the green and red chile sauce. The owner grew up in Arizona and combines recipes and uses old traditional recipes out of Socorro, New Mexico.

Location: 1362 Sheridan Avenue Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 527-7181

 

Pat O`Hara Brewing Co.

Since 2013 Pat O`Hara Brewing Co. LLC has been the brewpub of choice for the community of Cody, WY. Dishing up traditional Irish pub fare fresh from our kitchen and paired with an amazing locally brewed beer, our meals are a combination you don`t want to miss. Heart is at the center of everything we do. Our staff and our customers are like family and we welcome anyone to stop in, join in the conversation and enjoy the company while having a meal or drink with us. We are passionate about what we do and we truly care about our community and the people in it. For a dining experience like no other, and one that`s sure to instantly make you feel welcomed and at home, stop by Pat O`Hara Brewing Co. LLC today! We can`t wait to serve you!

Location: 1019 15th Street Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 586-5410


The Local

We are committed to serving and selling delicious food that is good for you and for our community. At the local we source our food thoughtfully using local and organic produce as much as possible. Our menu is seasonally driven. All of our meats are sourced locally and/or come from farms using sustainable agricultural practices, which include humanely raising their animals. Our chicken and eggs are all humanely raised and are free from antibiotics or hormones. We are committed to creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for all of our guests.

Location: 1134 13th street, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 586-4262


8th Street Restaurant

8th Street at the Ivy is Cody`s best upscale restaurant. Opened in March of 2012 inside the Best Western Premier Ivy Inn & Suites, the restaurant features a beautiful granite bar with Alder wood details and charming patio seating. Serving unique American cuisine, the contemporary atmosphere combined with incredible service, 8th Street at the Ivy is ideal for business meetings, casual breakfast or an exquisite fine dining experience in the evenings. Serving a variety of foods from local meats, hand cut steaks, fresh fish and seafood to homemade desserts, breads and soups made with as many local and organic ingredients as possible. Experience the difference in fine dining at 8th Street Restaurant at the Ivy.

Location: 1800 8TH STREET, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: 307.587.2572


Juniper

No one in Cody knows more about food, wine, beer, spirits and great service than the dedicated group of people who proudly help us make each day at Juniper a special event for every customer to remember. Bar + Market + Bistro

Location: 1128 12TH STREET, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: 307-587-4472


Brewgards Lounge

A fantastic place for literally EVERYONE...We served burgers, wraps, salads and apps and of course any cold (or hot) beverage you may want!

Location: 2357 Mountain View Dr Cody, Wyoming, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-4431


Fat Racks BBQ

A food truck experience of Texas style barbecue meats and sides smoked on site! Ribs, Pulled Pork, Brisket or Stuffed Baked Potato with meat and fixings.

Location: 1201 Beck Ave Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (940) 453-8840


Gasthaus Cardi

Cardi`s Gasthaus dishes come from the owner`s home region of Germany. The recipes have been handed down for generations.

Location: 1385 Sheridan Ave. Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307.578.8202


The Breadboard

We offer homemade bagels, delicious, freshly prepared sandwiches and soups.. We are open Monday - Saturday. Come in and see us!

Location: 1725 17th St Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 527-5788


Bubba`s Bar-B-Que

Great food, a reasonable price and room for the whole family! A chicory smoker is used to prepare the meat on the barbecue of this relaxed family BBQ restaurant. To view a menu: places.singleplatform.com

Location: 512 Yellowstone Ave, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-7427


Proud Cut Saloon

Buffalo burgers & traditional American classics lure locals at this casual hangout with a full bar. More suited for adults as front is a bar and must be 21 yrs old. Some seating for under 21 in the back room and back seating area in summer.

Location: 1227 Sheridan Ave, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: 307-527-6905


Hong Kong Restaurant

Not only do they have a wide selection of Chinese food, they also deliver within the city limits! Hours Tuesday-Sunday 3pm-11pm

Location: 1201 17th Street Cody WY

Phone: 307-527-6420


Granny`s Restaurant

Looking for home-style cooking on your way to Yellowstone stop by! Granny`s serves breakfast all day along with great lunches and dinner.

Location: 1550 Sheridan Ave Cody WY

Phone: 307-587-4829

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Events & Entertainment

Enjoy numerous local events during your stay in Cody! From the world-famous Cody Nite Rodeo, to summer concerts, fairs and festivals, and parades, there`s something for everyone!

Cody Nite Rodeo & Cody Stampede Rodeo

Every rodeo performance is approximately 2 hours long with all rodeo events from bronc riding to bull riding and team roping to barrel racing for adults and kids. The kids in the audience can also participate as well in our kids calf scramble. The Cody Night Rodeo has rodeo performances every night June 1st through August 31st. Gates open at 7:00 p.m. with rodeo action starting at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are available at our down town ticket office 1031 12th, at the gate, or from one of our 50 ticket vendors in town including motels, hotels, R.V. parks, and various businesses. All seating is general admission including wheel chair accessible handicap seating. To get tickets online please visit the Cody Stampede Rodeo website. Stampede Park has amble parking including handicap parking as well as accommodating for large buses or R.V.`s. The Cody Night Rodeo welcomes large groups from bus tours to family reunions and offers various discounts please contact our office for more information.

Location: Cody Stampede Rodeo Grounds

Phone: 307-527-9453


Cody Trolley Tours

"Give us an hour, we`ll give you 100 years!" Cody Trolley Tour guides utilize poster-sized historic photos, pass around relics and entertaining audio clips to share the story of world-famous William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody. This entertaining, 60-minute, 22-mile trolley tour spotlights historical sites, infamous characters, scenic vistas, geology, wildlife and old and new west attractions in and around Cody. Enjoy the newest addition to the Cody Trolley Tour: The Heart Mountain Tour! See more details on the website. Tours are pet friendly! Daily Tour Schedule:

  • Mid May-September 11 am / 3 pm / *Peak Season some additional 9am and 1pm tours

Tour Rates *Combo Ticket is Trolley and 2-day pass to Buffalo Bill Center of the West

  • (Trolley Only/Combo Ticket) Adults: $27/$41
  • Seniors 65+ $25/$41
  • Youth 6-17 $15/$24
  • Child 5 & Under FREE

Also offered is FREE shuttle service from local motel or campground to the Trolley Station and back.

Location: Porch of the Irma Hotel

Phone: 307-527-7043


WILD WEST SPECTACULAR

WILD WEST SPECTACULAR `the musical` You have heard the name, you have read the stories, now see the Legend of Buffalo Bill Cody come to life with dancing, singing, music, and humor. Awarded "Best Wild West Show Live At The Historic Downtown Cody Theatre" Fun for all ages! Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. OPENING NIGHT JUNE 26th! Schedule June 26 - August 3 Wednesday - Saturday Doors Open 7:30 pm Show starts at 8 pm Tickets $15.00 (Kids 5 and under free) **July 3rd 2:00 pm show only, July 4th NO show *This is a 2 hour show with a 15 min intermission. No real firearms are used in this production.

Location: 1171 Sheridan Ave, Cody Wyoming

Phone: 307-527-9973


The Cody Gunfighters Live Show

Enjoy an action-packed evening on the front porch of the historic Irma Hotel every evening from May through September at 6:00 p.m. as the Cody Gunfighters duel on the streets!

Location: Irma Hotel, Downtown Cody

Phone: 307.587.4221


Yellowstone Beer Fest

The Yellowstone Beer Fest is a non-profit organization with proceeds being donated to local charities. Come enjoy five hours of fun, unlimited sampling, food vendors, and live music. Local and regional award-winning craft beers and some limited release and unique beer available. Must be 21 years old. July 20,2019 2:00 pm - 8pm *Must purchase tickets

Location: Park County Complex lawn. 1501 Stampede Ave.


Jake Clark`s Mule Days

Jake Clark`s Mule Days was established in 1997 and highlight the diverse ability of the American Saddle Mule. Mules show off their abilities at the all mule rodeo, jack pot team roping and barrel racing. Mounted shooting competition, all mule parade, great rib eye steak dinner and barn dance. Quality mules sold at the Select Mule Auction.

Location: Big Boulder Ranch, Ralston, WY

Phone: (307) 754-4320


Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow

Dancers, drum groups, and artists from Northern Plains tribes gather to celebrate their vibrant cultural traditions and histories. Men, women, teens and children compete in various age groups for more than $25,000 in prizes. Authentic Indian jewelry, beadwork, quillwork, clothing, basketry, pottery, paintings, sculpture and more is sold at vendor booths. Enjoy fry bread and Indian tacos as well as other food and beverage concessions. June 15-16th, 2019

Location: Robbie Powwow Garden at the Center of the West, 720 Sheridan Ave., Cody

Phone: (307) 578-4012

Horseback Riding

Pahaska Teepee Horseback Trail Rides

Our experienced wranglers are familiar with the forest trails which stretch for miles in every direction, great with horses and people too! They have several favorite trails which, in a short time, can have you high on a mountainside or in a lush mountain meadow. Our horses are gentle and surefooted enough so that the young or inexperienced rider can share the enjoyment of a ride through wilderness scenery along the wild game trails of the Shoshone National Forest. An early morning ride is a great time to see the wildlife. Plan on an early dinner and go for an evening ride. A cool, relaxing trail ride is a great way to leave behind a hot day in the car.

Location: Pahaska Teepee

Toll-Free: 1-800-628-7791


Bill Cody Ranch Horseback Trail Rides

Our wilderness rides are the only way to see the majestic beauty of the Shoshone National Forest and the area surrounding Yellowstone National Park. We have taken thousands of rides over hundreds of miles. Yet our aim on every ride is to provide each guest with memories that will last a lifetime. That is why we focus on keeping our rides small and intimate. Beginners to Experts Welcome (6yrs to 105yrs). With 80 plus horses they will have the right horse for you. Guests are also welcome to stay for Dining and the Creekside Bar-B-Que. Trail Rides 2 hr - Scenic Rides 4 hr - Cook-out Rides All Day - Cook-out Rides

Location: Wapiti

Toll-Free: 307-587-2097


Blackwater Creek Ranch Horseback Rides

Experience a memorable ride, where our experienced wranglers help assign you to your own trusty horse, chosen from our ranch herd, to match your interest and ability. This new friend is yours for the length of your stay! Wander with your friend through the spectacular Absaroka Mountains, where you can explore the incredibly scenic mountains, valleys, and streams the Crow and Shoshone Indians once did. You can also have you ride within feet of historic Mummy Cave where Mummy Joe was buried in 720 A.D. Other unique trails include lunch prepared at the famous Blackwater Fireman`s Memorial, and you can also enjoy breakfast cooked over an open fire in a truly spectacular mountain setting.

Location: 1516 N Fork Hwy, Cody WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-5201

Toll-Free: 888-243-1516


Double Diamond X Ranch

Double Diamond X Ranch and Hidden Creek Outfitters have partnered to offer horseback riding, wagon rides, guided pack trips, and guided hunting in the wildest country in the lower 48. Riding from the ranch is available May 15 - September 15.

Location: 3453 Southfork Road, Cody, WY USA, 82414

Phone: 307-587-5252 (Jenine); 307-899-6010 (Matt)


Rand Creek Ranch Horseback Rides

Located between Cody, Wyoming and Yellowstone Park, Rand Creek Ranch is proud to offer you outstanding horse trail rides with some of the best scenery the west has to offer. We have wonderful, gentle horses and match our horses with our clients experience. Our wranglers do an excellent job before each ride to go over the do`s and don`ts of interacting with the horses. We think this will be an experience you won`t forget! A variety of pack trips are offered **New: Trail Rides to Yellowstone National Park Trail Rides - 1 & 2 hour rides - Day rides - Custom rides - Pack Trips -Day Rides and pack trips in Yellowstone National Park

Location: 3080 North Fork Hwy Wapiti, WY 82450

Phone: (307) 587-3200


Shoshone Lodge Trail Rides

Ride through the beautiful backcountry surrounding Shoshone Lodge. We offer many options for horseback riding in this area from our one and two-hour horseback rides to our all-day horseback rides, overnight packtrips, or day fishing trips. There is no better way to explore the backcountry than on the back of one of our gentle and capable horses.

Location: 349 North Fork Highway, Cody, Wyoming

Phone: 307-587-4044


Cedar Mountain Trail Rides

From one-hour to one-day rides and pack trips for fishing and wildlife photography. Located one mile west of rodeo grounds in Cody. Prices vary depending on the length of ride. Open June through August: daily, 8am-5pm.

Location: 12 Spirit Mountain Rd, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 527-4966 or (307) 899-1909


Buffalo Bill Horse Rides

One hour historic trail rides leave from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and circle down by the Shoshone River. Pony rides are available in a pen for children. Open: June-August, daily, 9am-5pm One hour trail ride $40/person Pony ride $20/child Call for group rates.

Location: 720 Sheridan Ave. Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 250-7660


Skyline Ranch Horseback Rides

All trail rides begin and end at the hitching post in front of Skyline`s rustic three-story barn. Your guide will lead you at a brisk walking pace along the trails which cross the Clark`s Fork River, meander among guardian pines, and traverse the varying terrain that make up this beautiful area. Breathtaking scenery is all around, keep your eyes open for wildlife! This is located in Cooke City, MT, which is perfect for any guest staying in one of our Clark/Sunlight area cabins.

Location: 31 Kersey Lake Road, Cooke City, MT 59020

Phone: 406-838-2380

 

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Local and Specialty Shops

Treasured Memories

Looking for the perfect gift or maybe a neat piece for your home?! Go no further than Treasured Memories, they can make all sorts of custom items that are perfect for every occasion.

Location: 1280 Sheridan Ave, Cody Wyoming

Phone: 307-587-4832


Cowtown Candy

Cowtown Candy Company, located in historic downtown Cody, Wyoming, has been serving up sweet treats to the young and young at heart since July 2003. Our specialty confections are mouth-watering turtles, fresh cream and butter truffles and homemade fudge. Our turtles are made with creamy caramel, whole pecans or cashews, and are topped with our delicious chocolate. We make `melt in your mouth` fudge. Our homemade fudge is offered in dozens of flavors including classic favorites like Chocolate, Chocolate Walnut, Maple Nut, Peanut Butter, as well as new creations like Maple Bacon, Lemon-Lavender, Cookies & Cream, Salted Nut Roll and Huckleberry.

Location: 1323 Sheridan Ave., Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 587-8212


Monie`s

Chic Cowboy Shop in Downtown Cody.

Location: 1149 Sheridan Avenue Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 586-4236


Rockstar Cowgirl

Welcome to Rockstar Cowgirl, a jewelry and bead boutique. All of our pieces are original, one-of-a-kind designs made with only top quality stones. Currently we only accept phone orders. All major credit cards are accepted. Since opening its doors in downtown Cody in April of 2007, Rockstar Cowgirl has been the town`s local bead supplier, carrying an extensive array of high-quality turquoise strands for designers. Karen Schultz Owner/Designer Rockstar Cowgirl

Location: 1220 Sheridan Avenue Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-6895


The Thistle

The Thistle features a fun and eclectic variety of books and gifts for people of all ages!! We have everything ranging from kitchenware and pottery to bath products (for women AND men!!), Jewelry and accessories, and much much more! Stop by and check out the collection at 1243 Rumsey Ave in Cody!!

Location: 1243 Rumsey Ave Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-6635


Legends Bookstore

We are a full-service book store featuring new Books (fiction and non-fiction), Magazines, Newspapers, Guides, Maps, Children`s Books, Unique Gifts, Made-In-Wyoming Gifts, Cards, Local Authors, Melissa & Doug Toys and a Coffee and Tea Bar. Legends has become a downtown destination for book lovers of all ages, and the only full-service book store in Park County, Wyoming. We pride ourselves on our customer service, friendliness, and the quality of products offered in the store. Stop by for a visit - and "Welcome to Legends"!

Location: 1350 Sheridan Ave Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307.586.2320


Wyoming Buffalo Company

Wyoming Buffalo Company extends a big "Western Welcome" to our website visitors! We continue to offer the highest quality hickory smoked Buffalo - Elk - Venison summer sausage and salami. For over 15 years these products have been our specialty and remain the cornerstone of our Western based business. We also have an assortment of huckleberry, chokecherry, mooseberry, and buffaloberry products right out of the Rocky Mountains we`re sure you`ll enjoy. We are located in the heart of downtown Cody, Wyoming at 1270 Sheridan Ave. We have recently upgraded our website to be much more user friendly and we hope you like it. If you have any comments or suggestions please email us at wyobuffalo@wyoming.com. We`d love to hear from you!

Location: 1270 Sheridan Ave, Cody, WY 82414

Toll-Free: 800-453-0636


Wayne`s Boot Shop

We offer a wide variety of the best products on the market. From western boots, comfort shoes, work boots, to hunting and hiking. Wayne`s has it all.

Location: 1250 Sheridan Ave, Cody, WY 82414, USA

Phone: 1.307.587.5234


Sunlight Sports

Our goal when you come into the store is to help you have a perfect trip, no matter if it's a day hike, a weekend skiing or a three-week climbing expedition. We want you to have a great time and discover fun new stuff. We want you to leave with the best gear for your trip, your experience, and your budget.

Location: 1131 Sheridan Avenue Cody, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 587-9517


Rocky Mountain Discount Sports

Rocky Mountain Discount Sports is a Wyoming owned and operated company. We have 5 locations around Wyoming to serve you! Each location is unique in the merchandise it carries, though much of it is the same, but this provides the best mix of products for each locale.

Location: 1526 Rumsey Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-527-6071


North Fork Anglers

Full service Certified Pro Fly Shop and fully permitted and insured Fly Fishing Outfitter and Guide Service. Stop by North Fork Anglers for all your fly fishing needs. They have exclusive access to private rivers and lakes, their staff also has expert knowledge and they provide the finest equipment to make your fly-fishing adventure the best ever!

Location: 1107 Sheridan Avenue Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: 307-527-7274


Custom Cowboy Shop

The Custom Cowboy Shop is a business grown out of the true cowboy way of life. Our roots are the American West, nourished by the heritage and traditions of the working cowboy and ranching culture. Our way of life is basic and characteristic of the old-time attention to details.

Location: 1286 Sheridan Avenue Cody, WY 82414

Toll-Free: 800-487-2692


Cowboy Palace

Western wear for the whole family. Boot, hats, clothing, gifts and jewelry. Located in historic downtown Cody, Wyoming.

Location: 1251 Sheridan Ave Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 578-8725


Western Hands

Western Hands Design is preserving the legacy of Western Design. They have an education and training center, Western Design Museum, and Member Gallery. Their mission: To promote artisans through events and related activities that help sustain the creation of decorative and functional art using designs and techniques influenced by the American West. They are open from 10-2pm M-F Admission is FREE.

Location: 1007 12th Street Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-586-1755


Buckstitch Canvas

We at Buckstitch Canvas would like to extend a hearty Wyoming welcome to all of our valued customers and to those of you who are new to us! We take pride in manufacturing high quality products. We have a 100% guarantee on all fabrics and workmanship. We also strive to carry products made in the USA, specifically Cody, Wyoming, and the Rocky Mountain Region. Family owned since 1992, we know we could not have grown from a one person, part time, 6 tent a year company to the full time 110+ tent a year company we are today without YOU! Thank you. We enjoy serving our community and look forward to doing so for many years to come.

Location: 531 16th St. Cody, WY. 82414

Toll-Free: 800-268-4426

 

Meeteetse

A quaint little town about 30 minutes from Cody. While driving there watch for deer, antelope, and even elk. Make sure to check out their museum and grab lunch and a drink at the Elk Horn Bar and Grill. Did you know they found the thought to be extinct black-footed ferret in this town?

May Day in Meeteetse

May Day in Meeteetse is a jam-packed weekend event! In conjunction with the Annual Spring Garage-a-Rama, this town will be full of fun. Friday begins the Spring Garage-a-Rama, so get your maps and fill in your punch cards to enter to win a free t-shirt. Get your treasure! Saturday brings the Spring Garage-a-Rama, so get your maps and fill in your punch cards to enter to win a free t-shirt. Fishing will begin in the morning on either the Upper or Lower Sunshine Reservoirs, judging will be at the Lower Reservoir, just above the bathrooms on the flat area. Sunday is the Fishing Derby on either the Upper or Lower Sunshine Reservoirs with judging again at the Lower Sunshine Reservoir, just above the bathrooms on the flat area. Make sure you have entered all 6 fish that you can by today as the prizes will be handed out at the donation dinner in the cafeteria at the School. Door prizes, placement winners and calcutta winners will all be handed out, don`t leave empty-handed, almost no one does.

Location: Downtown Meeteetse and Sunshine Reservoir

Phone: (307) 868-2454


Kirwin Ghost Town

The ghost town of Kirwin, Wyoming is located 34 miles southwest of Meeteetse, Wyoming at the head of the the Wood River. Low quality gold and silver were discovered in this area in 1885 and prospectors began staking their claims. In 1897, the first ore was transported out of the area and the town began to grow. Kirwin`s population was about 200 people and included a sawmill, boarding houses, a hotel, two stores, a post office, several cabins, stables, and sheds. In February of 1907, a huge avalanche swept through Kirwin and killed three people. After the roads were cleared that spring, everybody abandoned the site, leaving many of their belongings behind. Many of the buildings and equipment are still there today. The U.S. Forest Service and the Wyoming State Preservation Office are working together to stabilize and restore the site for future visitors. The Kirwin Ghost Town tour is an all-inclusive full-day tour, departing daily at 9:00am and returning approximately 4:00pm. Tour runs from June 15-August 31st(weather permitting) Many places in Cody also offer tours.

Location: Meeteetse, Wyoming

Phone: 307.587.6988


Meeteetse Museum

Meeteetse Museums is an umbrella organization that includes the Charles Belden Photography Museum, the Meeteetse Museum, and the Bank Museum.Its mission is to promote discovery and learning by collecting, preserving, and interpreting Meeteetse`s natural, cultural, and artistic heritage for the benefit of its local, regional, national, and international audiences. It accomplishes this mission by providing programming that is free to the public. This programming includes permanent and temporary exhibits, educational seminars, culturally-based entertainment, and organized tours to significant archaeological and historical destinations near Meeteetse. We also serve the public through our oral history collection program and by offering free archival research. February - April Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Closed Sunday and Monday May - September Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Closed Sunday and Monday October - December 22 Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Closed Sunday and Monday Closed Thanksgiving

Location: 1947 State Street in Meeteetse, Wyoming

Phone: 307-868-2423


10th Annual Meeteetse Ice Fishing Derby

Meeteetse`s 10th Annual Ice Fishing Derby where teams of up to 3 people compete for the biggest overall catch between 6 fish for the weekend. $75 per team with a Small Fry division that is free for kids 12 and under. On the Upper Sunshine Reservoir from 8am to 2pm. Judging from 2pm to 3pm each day.

Location: Upper Sunshine Reservoir, Meeteetse, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 868-2454


Elk Horn Bar and Grill

Stop in for food and a drink at this local hot spot in downtown Meeteetse.

Location: 1916 State Street Meeteetse WY

Phone: 307-868-9245

 

 

Meeteetse "Where Chiefs Meet" Sign
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Other Wyoming Treasures

Wyoming has many beautiful things to offer. Some from day trips from Cody include a trip up the beautiful Big Horn Mountains were you can hike, fish, camp and more. You can also take a trek to Thermopolis to check out the Dinosaur Museum and the Hot Springs. Or take a drive over to the Dinosaur Dig in Bighorn County!

Homesteader Museum

We are located in Powell, Wyoming, in the heart of the Big Horn Basin. Powell was named after John Wesley Powell, the United States Explorer and Engineer who master-minded the Rocky Mountain dam system. The town became the center of the Bureau of Reclamation`s 1904 historic Shoshone Irrigation Project, which was one of the first federally funded irrigation and homesteading projects in the Rocky Mountain West. The last homestead drawings began after WWII when the Japanese American Heart Mountain Relocation Center closed in 1946. Land was available until 1950, making the Shoshone Project one of the longest homesteading projects in history. The Homesteader Museum celebrates this rich 50 year history through thousands of artifacts, historic buildings and photographs depicting the domestic, entrepreneurial and rugged homesteading life of the early Big Horn Basin pioneer.

Location: 324 E. First Street, Powell, WY 82435

Phone: (307) 754.9481


Hidden Treasure Charters

Located just outside Lovell WY about 60 miles from Cody is Yellow Tail Reservoir with Horseshoe Bend Marina. There is Boating-Camping-Fishing-Swimming Supplies-Novelties and more. On the deck of the Rusty Anchor they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, cater events, drinks, snacks, and beer. They also have rentals that include: dock slips, inner tubes, canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and motorized boat rentals. They take 2 hours scenic boar tours in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. They also have sunset cruises Friday and Saturday Evening. Check them out and go have a fun day on the water!

Location: Lovell, WY

Phone: 307-899-1401 or 307-548-7230

 

Scenic Drives

Beartooth All-American Highway

Heralded as one of the most scenic drives in the United States, the Beartooth Highway, a National Scenic Byways All-American Road, features breathtaking views of the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains, and open high alpine plateaus dotted with countless glacial lakes, forested valleys, waterfalls and wildlife.

Location: Beartooth Mountains


Bighorn Scenic Byway

Byway Basics: A 58-mile paved highway over the crest of the Big Horn Mountains, the byway winds past thick forest, lush meadows, waterfalls, and deep canyons. Stretching from the Powder River Basin to the Big Horn Basin, the Big Horn Byway follows US 14 from the west outside Greybull. Driving time on each Byway depends on the interests of the visitor and time of the year. Stopping to enjoy the outstanding scenery, the many points of interest, or adventures such as fishing and camping can extend travel time by several hours or even days. Along the Way: On the western end of the Big Horn Scenic Byway, Shell Creek Canyon and Shell Falls create some of the most spectacular scenery along the route. The 120-foot plunge of Shell Falls is accompanied by nature trails and interpretive signs. The site is open 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily from mid-May through mid-September. A Town Like No Other: Sheridan, a few miles east of the byway on I-90, is one of Wyoming`s hidden jewels. Voted the country`s #1 Western Town by True West magazine in 2006, Sheridan offers a combination of New West culture and Old West hospitality. Visit King`s Saddlery, at once a museum and a one stop shop for working cowboys. Pay a visit to the historic sites of Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum and the Trail End Mansion. Also see The Sheridan Inn, dubbed the "finest hotel between Chicago and San Francisco." And if you`re stopping by in the summer, don`t miss the polo matches. The Big Horn Polo Club and Flying H Polo Club are two of the top polo locations in North America. Sheridan is home to nine playing fields for the mallet-wielding equestrians. If You Go: Big Horn National Forest 307-674-2600 King`s Saddlery Inc. 800-443-8919 Bradford Brinton Musuem 307-672-3173 Train End State Historic Site 307-674-4589 Sheridan Inn 307-674-2178 Flying H Polo Club 307-674-9447

Location: Sheridan, Wyoming

Phone: (307) 777-4862


Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway

Byway Basics The Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, U.S. 14/16/20, follows the North Fork of the Shoshone River through scenic Wapiti Valley to the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The 27 miles of paved Scenic Byway start about 25 miles west of Cody at the Shoshone National Forest border. Normal driving time from the forest boundary to the Park is approximately 45 minutes. The byway is open to traffic year round, but the East Entrance into Yellowstone closes the first Monday of November. Along the Way A gateway community to Yellowstone National Park, Buffalo Bill`s namesake town of Cody Wyoming has plenty to offer in its own right. Visit the Cody Nite Rodeo and see why they call this town the "Rodeo Capital of the World." Or if you prefer your beef on a plate rather than in a stadium, eat out at the Historic Irma Hotel. Have a drink at their famous cherrywood bar,a gift from Queen Victoria to Irma owner Buffalo Bill, or watch the Cody Gunfighters perform live outside. Stop over at Old Trail Town for some life-sized history. The site is home to authentic western objects and architecture, including a Hole in The Wall Gang cabin, countless pioneer and Indian artifacts, and final resting place to the real life Jeremiah Johnson. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is a must-see. With five world-class museums under one roof, it`s no wonder they call it the "Smithsonian of the West." Once you`re back on the road and heading west from Cody, don`t miss a stop at Buffalo Bill Dam. Prototype for world-famous Hoover Dam, this massive concrete wall boasts a structural height of 350 ft, its own visitor center, and a breathtaking walk along the top. From there it`s a gorgeous drive through Buffalo Bill State Park into the Wapiti Valley and the byway proper, a geologist`s dream and the country that Teddy Roosevelt once called "the most scenic 50 miles in the world." The byway ends in spectacular fashion at Sylvan Pass (el. 8530 ft./2600 m.) with a sweeping mountain view and the East Entrance to the world`s first national park, Yellowstone.

Location: Cody, Wyoming


Chief Joseph Scenic Highway

Byway Basics The Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, Wyoming 296, links the town of Cody with the Beartooth Highway and the Northeast Gate of Yellowstone National Park. The route crosses the Shoshone National Forest through the Absaroka Mountains to the Clarks Fork Valley. The 47 paved miles of the Scenic Byway run from the junction with U.S. 120, 17 miles north of Cody, northwest to their connection with U.S. 212, the Beartooth Highway. The Beartooth Mountains and the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River lie to the north of the road, and the Absaroka Mountains and North Absaroka Wilderness are to the south. The most predictable times to drive this highway are during the fall and summer. During the winter months snow plows keep the roadway open to just east of the entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Allow one hour minimum driving time over this stretch of Byway. Roadside History The Chief Joseph Scenic Byway is named after the Native American chief of the Nez Perce Tribe. Following the Battle of the Big Hole in Idaho in 1877, Chief Joseph fled east through Yellowstone. He and 1,000 members of his tribe ran from the US Cavalry, who were trying to force the tribe onto a reservation so that white ranchers could have their lands. While crossing Yellowstone, the Nez Perce briefly captured several tourists before going north up the Clarks Fork River. The Nez Perce were trying to flee to Canada (an 1,800 mile trek), but surrendered after the six-day Battle of the Bear Paw in northeastern Montana. The tribe was stopped only 30 miles from their destination, the Canadian border. In his speech of surrender, Chief Joseph expressed dignity and defeat with his famous words, `Hear me, my chiefs, I am tired; my heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.` The Nez Perce tribe was forced onto reservations in Oklahoma and Washington despite promises to allow them back on their lands. Yellowstone`s Nez Perce Creek is named for this valiant attempt at freedom.

Location: Cody, Wyoming


South Fork Road Scenic Drive

The road between Cody, Wyo. and Yellowstone National Park is often called "the most scenic 50 miles in America." But for a spectacular drive that locals cherish and most visitors never discover, take a trip through the South Fork Valley.

Location: Cody, Wyoming


Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Tour

Wild horses still roam freely in the Pryor Mountains outside of Lovell, Wyoming. This herd of horses is very special because of its Colonial Spanish American heritage. This tough little horse, derived from the horses of Portugal and Spain, has been present in this rugged mountain area for nearly 200 years. If lost, the herd cannot be restored; and so its biological viability, together with its history, must be preserved. It is the purpose of the PRYOR MOUNTAIN WILD MUSTANG CENTER to do just that. The Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center is a public, nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational institution, unique in purpose and location. The Center is working towards becoming the foremost wild horse educational institution in the world.

Location: 1106 Rd 12, Lovell, WY 82431

Phone: 307-548-9453


Red Canyon Wild Mustang Tours

his adventure is a true American wild mustang safari.Out here,we never know what`s gonna happen.Its wildlife at its finest,and we get the pleasure of sharing this adventure with our guests.Every tour,to the McCullough Peaks Wild Mustang Area,is unique.On this tour we could see the Mustangs: Playing,fighting,or relaxing.No matter what the Mustangs are doing,it`s always an adventure!!!

Location: 1119 12th St, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307.587.6988

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Sunlight Trips

Sunlight/Crandall WY

Located on the Chief Joseph Highway on your way to the Beartooth Pass.

Chief Joseph RV Park

Chief Joseph RV Park also know as the Painter Outpost is located in Crandall WY. Did you forget the necessities or maybe want a souvenir then stop in! They have fuel (Premium) which is perfect for ATV`s, snowmobiles, motorcycles ect. Their C-Store offers a variety of supplies ranging from snack food, sandwiches, ice cream, health & beauty, camping, fishing, hunting, automotive supplies,and souvenirs. There is also a bar and liquor store, where you can catch live entertainment on occasion. The restaurant in the location is currently under construction and not up and running. Stop in for any information on the area they are happy to help! Check out their website for road conditions, snow reports, kayaking and more! Hours: May 21st - October 1st 9am - 9 pm

Location: 4 Van Dyke Rd. Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307.527.5510

 

Thermopolis

Thermopolis, WY is located about 84 miles from Cody. The World`s Largest Mineral Hot Springs and a Dinosaur Museum!

Hot Springs State Park

Thousands of gallons of hot mineral water flowing over colorful terraces every day! You can view from the Swinging Bridge or immerse yourself in the free bath house where the water is a soothing 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Bath house: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Grounds: Sunrise to Sunset. Season: Most grounds open year round, weather permitting. Restrooms, drinking water systems & outside pool closed October 1 - April 30. Bath House closed winter holidays.

Location: Thermopolis WY


Star Plunge and Hellie`s Tepee Pools

Come enjoy this a water park without the worries of chlorine because it is all mineral water from the Hot Springs!

Location: 115 Big Springs Drive Thermopolis WY

Phone: (307) 864-3771


Wyoming Dinosaur Center

Millions of years ago dinosaurs roamed the area that is now Thermopolis. Among the 30 mounted skeletons are "Jimbo," a Supersaurus and one of the largest dinosaurs ever mounted and "Stan," a 35-foot T-Rex. The center not only includes a world-class museum but also actual dig sites where you can observe and even participate in the discovery of more ancient creatures. May 15 - September 15 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. - 7 days a week September 16 - May 14 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. - 7 days a week Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day *They also have dig site tours. Check our their website for more information.

Location: 110 Carter Ranch Road Thermopolis WY

Phone: (307) 864-2997

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Wapiti Wyoming

Wapiti/North Fork

Heading up the North Fork out of Cody is a beautiful scenic drive with great views and most of the time lots of wildlife. This road not only takes you to Yellowstone but also takes you to Wapiti. The location is named after the Cree Indian word for elk. There is dining options, and other activities nearby. Keep an eye out for the wildlife!If looking for somewhere to do laundry check-in with the Yellowstone Cut Throat Guest Ranch and also Yellowstone Valley Inn.

The Trail Shop

Trail Shop Inn & Restaurant offers fine dining and lodging in a beautiful western atmosphere. Open May thru September, the restaurant is open for dinner and private parties and the rooms are available for nightly or multi-night stay. Trail Shop is located 23 miles west of Cody, Wyoming and 27 miles east of Yellowstone National Park on the western edge of the scenic Wapiti Valley.

Location: 7 County Road 6BU Wapiti, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-3741


Bill Cody Ranch - Dining

Open to the public Dining Room and Creekside Bar-B-Que. Dining Room Hours Breakfast: 7:00 am to 9:00 am Dinner: 6:00 pm to 8 pm 7 days a week Creekside Bar-B-Que 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm every Wednesday and Saturday

Phone: 307-587-2097


Yellowstone Cut Throat Ranch

The Cutthroat Restaurant and Bar 5 Star Rated Restaurant with full bar, including a great selection of wine, liquor some great local brews! Delicious food and a wide variety! If you are in the area and looking for a place to eat give them a call! They have starters, soup/salads, sandwiches/smaller portions, entrees, and homemade desserts.

Location: 53 Stagecoach Trail, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 272-6982


Yellowstone Valley Inn

Enjoy a true western dining experience at the Yellowstone Valley Inn Restaurant and Saloon! Open daily and featuring a buffet breakfast and dinner menu with daily specials. Our on-site restaurant provides you with the comfort of home-cooked meals while on vacation. The Yellowstone Valley Inn Saloon offers an extensive appetizer and drink menu with an inviting Happy Hour every Friday from 5:30 - 6:30 P.M. Additionally, our on-site Saloon hosts a limited lunch menu beginning at noon -Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Public welcome to come in and enjoy! Breakfast Buffet: 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Dinner: 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Bar open 4:30 p.m. - closing Happy Hour every Friday 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Limited lunch menu at noon - Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in the Saloon

Location: 3324 N Fork Hwy, Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 877-587-3961


Mountain View Resort

For more information on what is served, specials, and events give them a call or check them out on Facebook.

Location: 2776 Nothfork Highway Wapiti, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 899-3363


Shoshone Lodge and Guest Ranch

Enjoy Western Dining They have a breakfast, dinner and little pup menu. Have homemade buttermilk pancakes and fresh baked pies. The restaurant is open for breakfast from 7:30 am until 10:00 am and for dinner from 6:30 pm until 9:00 pm. We are open to the public, so if you are just passing through, stop on in and bring your appetite. They also have a bar and grill set-up.

Location: 349 North Fork Highway Cody, Wyoming

Phone: 307-587-4044


Buffalo Bill State Park

The park is a fantastic place for outdoor pursuits and facilitates hiking, camping, bird watching, hunting, and is Wyoming`s premier wind surfing reservoir. The local fishing is excellent and is open all year round, although a Wyoming state fishing license is required. Fish species include rainbow trout, brown trout, lake trout and cutthroat trout. Water surface is approximately 8,000 acres and campsites are located near by so you can plan the perfect weekend of fishing! State Park Permits are required and May 1 - Sept 30 cost $6.00 per day and $9 per night. October 1 - April 30 they cost $4 per day and $6 per night. They are available for purchase at House and Barn.

Location: Northfork area of Cody, WY

Phone: 307-587-9227

 

Wyoming Wedding

Hunter Peak Ranch Venue

Romantic Weddings, Receptions, Reunions, Birthdays, Anniversaries, and other special occasions are offered at your Hunter Peak Guest Ranch destination. Our mountain, on-the-river location provides a perfect backdrop for memories to last a lifetime. Through discussions and suggestions, the best ideas will come to the forefront for your situation. We have a checklist to follow so no important detail will be overlooked. Contact Shelley to plan your special event.

Location: 4027 Crandall Road, Cody WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-3711


Buffalo Bill Center of the West Venue

Yes, you can have your wedding and reception at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West! Make your wedding even more memorable and extraordinary by holding it in one of many areas of the museum. A premier location: the south-facing window in the Whitney Western Art Museum. The raised platform at the end of the gallery faces a breathtaking view of the bronze sculpture Buffalo Bill-The Scout and the surrounding mountains. It`s one of many "one-of-a-kind" areas at the Center.

Location: 720 Sheridan Avenue Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: 307-578-4000


Chamberlin Inn

The Chamberlin Inn is the perfect place for a romantic wedding. We can accommodate wedding ceremonies with up to 75 guests and offer several beautiful options for your wedding ceremony.

Location: 1032 12th Street Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: 307-587-0202


K3 Guest Ranch

The perfect wedding has to have a perfect wedding location and K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast in Cody, Wyoming has it all! With both indoor and outdoor ceremony options, lodging accommodations for an entire wedding party, and Wyoming`s Rocky Mountains as a backdrop K3 is Cody`s premier wedding venue.

Location: 30 Nielsen Trail, Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: 307.587.2080


Kathy Singer Photography

Kathy Singer Photography Boutique Portrait and Wedding Studio serving Cody and Northwest Wyoming.

Contact: kathy@kathysingerphotography.com

Phone: (307) 587-6460


Accents Floral

It`s the most important day of your life and Accents Floral is here to help make it perfect! You`ve got the wedding dress and wedding cake and now it`s time to find the perfect florist! Accents Floral can design spectacular centerpieces to complement your decor, as well a bouquet you`ll be proud to walk down the aisle with. We also design corsages and boutonnieres for your entire wedding party. For wedding flowers in Cody, WY look no further than Accents Floral!

Location: 1330 Beck Avenue Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 527-9977

Toll-Free: (888) 316-9977


Ranch Creek Ranch

Have you always wanted a beautiful mountain wedding? Now`s your chance to book your wedding date at Rand Creek Ranch guest ranch in Wyoming. We will work with your wedding planner to make your day a once-in-a-lifetime memory.

Location: 3080 Northfork Highway Wapiti, WY 82450

Phone: 1-307-587-3200


Wayfarer`s Chapel

Wayfarer`s Chapel is located on the Northfork Highway 8 miles from the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. This outdoor chapel offer a special place of worship to local residents and visitors. Services are lead by Christ Church`s Worship Leaders and are held on Sundays at 10 am, June through August. The chapel is also available for weddings and special services.

Location: PO Box 1718 Cody, WY 82414

Phone: (307) 587-3849


Beartooth Floral & Gifts

Beartooth Floral and Gifts has a legacy here in Cody Wyoming of a premium floral shop and gift store. Under the new ownership of Frank Kraut and Karisa Hanson, we hope to continue the legacy by providing top of the line florals and plants along with a unique gift and antique line. We personally select interesting and rare fresh/preserved flowers, and indoor/outdoor plants. We strive to stay on the cutting edge while still honoring old traditions. We guarantee our product 100% and will replace anything no questions asked. We invite you to check out our inventory as we always have a cooler full of arrangements for purchase. We also love to do custom orders and would love to work with you to achieve your full satisfaction.

Location: 1316 Beck Ave Cody, Wyoming 82414

Phone: (307) 587-4984


Double Diamond X Ranch

Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life. Everything about your wedding - how it looks, how it feels, and how it will be remembered depends on the location. For a wedding event that`s as big and beautiful as Wyoming`s Rocky Mountains, Double Diamond X Ranch is the place. Your wedding at DDX Ranch will leave you, your family, and friends with memories that last forever. And you just might want to return to celebrate your anniversary in the years to come.

Location: 3453 Southfork Road, Cody, WY

Phone: 307-587-5252 (Jenine); 307-899-6010 (Matt)


Mooncrest Ranch

Mooncrest Lodge is a breathtaking venue for meetings, banquets, weddings, family reunions. We are a working cattle ranch on private property; therefore, we do not operate as a dude ranch or hotel/lodging facility. We are located 9 miles north of the highway to Yellowstone National Park. It is private and secluded. Guests are allowed full use of the lodge for their event. Guests arrange their own catering and decorations, which allows for your personal touch for your particular event. Guests are responsible for all decorating and clean-up. We do have an outdoor location that can be used for an event. The Lodge can comfortably accommodate 75 people for an event. There is a state park near the private road for campers. ATV`s, motorcycles, campers are not permitted on the private road. We are located in a non-cell/non-Wi-Fi area.

Location: P.O. Box 158 Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307-587-3620


Events Rentals

Events Rentals is committed to making your next event beautiful and hassle-free. With services ranging from rentals, delivery, or setting up your event, our team has years of party service experience. Whether its a small get-together, a birthday party, family reunion, wedding, seminar, or any event, we are here to serve you.

Phone: 307-213-9237


Geysers on The Terrace

Whether planning a festive celebration, an elegant wedding, an important corporate event or simply entertaining at home, we have earned the reputation for unparalleled taste, service and style.

Location: 525 W Yellowstone Ave. Cody, WY 82414

Phone: 307.899.5755

Mountain Wedding | Sky full of love | Bride and Groom holding hands looking over a valley between two steep cliffsides