Nature-Blessed Wyoming


If you want to show attendees Wyoming’s natural beauty while they look down instead of up, a great option is Airborne over Cody, which can take them up for a memory of a lifetime. Individual participants (and a pilot) are taken into the sky aboard a two-seater, open-air, engine-powered Airborne Trike. Participants soar 3,000 feet above the mountains and rivers, and enjoy views that will usually include wildlife.

Photo of Aerial Tram patio at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Teton Village, Wyoming

Jackson Hole

Aerial Tram at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will give your group a whole new perspective on this nature-blessed valley. Located only 1 mile from Grand Teton National Park, the tram gives visitors a valley-to-mountaintop view from above the clouds that is filled with alpine lakes and mountains and deep-green forests. The tram traverses 4,139 feet to the summit of Rendezvous Mountains.


Fly Shop of the Bighorns specializes in taking its guests on unique, personalized fishing trips through the Bighorn Mountains, often called one of the most diverse fishing areas on Earth. Programs for every level—including attendees who have never held a fishing rod before—are offered.

Participants can try their luck in dry-fly excursions or on leisurely drift-boat trips down the Bighorn, Wedding of the Waters or North Platte River, where they can battle with reservoir monsters. Or they can take a guided hike up toward a remote high- country stream or lake where they may be the only people in the area.

Sheridan has maintained its traditions, as seen at Koltiska Horse & Carriage Co., which offers a full-day tour with members of the Koltiska family. Groups start the day at Koltiska Family Ranch, a local landmark for more than a century. There, they experience a tractor-drawn wagon tour on which they see livestock, grain for the family’s distillery and examples of range management and sustainability.

Then they visit the landmark Sheridan Inn for lunch (included in the price), tour the inn and take a horse-drawn carriage tour of the historic downtown area. The experience ends with a tour and drinks at the family’s new Koltiska Distillery in Sheridan’s Railway District.

Further Reading:

Thrilling Adventures in Big Sky Country

Smart Meetings Related Posts

digital indicators and declining graphs of a stock market crash overlap the backdrop of a modernistic city

Five Tips to Manage Travel in Turbulent Times

Travel may be back but another area of the industry is lacking and is making travel a headache, the need for more staff. For those in the event planning business, this means a whirlwind of trouble ahead.