Archive for the ‘United States NorthWest’ Category
SALT LAKE CITY, UT, June 4, 2013 â€“ Celebrating over 50 years of navigating the Westâ€™s wildest rivers, whitewater rafting pioneer Western River Expeditions (http://www.westernriver.com/) announces that rare late season space has just opened up for this summerâ€™s 6-day flagship rafting adventure through the Grand Canyon.
CEDAR CITY, UT â€“ Four Shakespearean classics, two hit musicals, an American stage icon about justice, and a regional premier of a new play are all scheduled as part of the 2013 season at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.The season was earlier approved by the Festival board of governors and the Southern Utah University board of [...]
Road Trippin’ to Northwestern Wyoming – The Most Scenic Roads in Western USA Lead to Yellowstone Country
CODY, Wyo., May 17, 2013 – It’s time. Time to pack the kids, the dog, the picnic, the guidebooks, the maps and the “world is my oyster” attitude and hit the road to visit one of the American West’s most scenic, historic and fun-filled destinations – Yellowstone Country. And no matter where a traveler is [...]
Veteran Outfitter O.A.R.S. by Longstanding Agreements With Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks Offers Guests Unique Access and Experiences
ANGELS CAMP, CA, May 16, 2013 â€“ Guests of veteran river outfitter and nature-based adventure travel company O.A.R.S. are members of a very special group. They are the only outfitted paddlers who are permitted to overnight on an island camp on Jackson Lake at the base of Mount Moran in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.
Wide Range of Guided Adventures in Yellowstone National Park Offered This Spring and Summer Make the Park Come Alive
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, May, 2013 â€“ It is impossible to visit Yellowstone National Park without learning something. And that is a good thing because Yellowstone is one of those places that just gets better as visitors delve into its many facets.
Cedar City, Utah – Close to Monumental Natural Beauty, but also the Home of the Utah Shakespeare Festival
William Shakespeare would find himself at home in Cedar City, Utah, home of Utah’s extravagant Shakespearean Festival! Each summer, visitors come from all corners to participate in this spectacular event, and to tour scenic Cedar Breaks National Monument.Â Other folks come to experience excellent mountain biking at Brian Head. In the winter, Brian Head transforms into [...]
CODY, Wyoming, April, 2013 – Most people only get one grave but William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, always the showman, has two. At least according to a legend that some Cody residents fervently believe is true.Â Buffalo Bill Cody was a legendary showman whose name was known throughout the world.Â While thousands of people visit William F. [...]
Consider a visit of a winter wonderland in the folds and fins of Utah’s southeastern desert. Canyonlands and ArchesNational Parks remain open all year round. Share the vista with photographers bundled, waiting to capture the fascinating winter light. You’ll be a privileged few. A winter visit may very well refresh you with a positive attitude [...]
CODY, Wyo., December 6, 2012 – “Cody.” The name alone conjures up images and legends of the American West: wagon trains, gold rushes, gunslingers, Indian battles and more. And among these legends, William Frederick Cody – commonly known as “Buffalo Bill” – is one of the best-known and most colorful.Â And possibly the most misunderstood.
Cultural Cody, Wyoming: Northwestern Wyoming Destination Has Wealth of Offerings Showcasing the History and Values of the American West
CODY, Wyo., November, 2012 – The array of cultural attractions in Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country can keep travelers who are students of the history of the American West busy – and happy – for days. The attractions include the acclaimed Buffalo Bill Historical Center with five museums under one massive roof, Heart Mountain Interpretive Center [...]