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Zack Bowman, author of the book “Mountain Drifter“, spoke about why he became a hunting guide in the most remote place in the Lower 48.  That place is in Wyoming and is called the Thorofare.  Zack talks about his upbringing, how he arrived in Cody, and some of his more memorable hunting guide adventures.  

Are you looking to make the most of fall camping in Yellowstone National Park? Start with these seven essential tips for an adventure you’ll never forget.

Mike Fink, Recreation, Aquatics and Facilities Superintendent of the Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center joined me on SYP.  Also in studio was Katie Duggar, Accounting Specialist and Jacob Wilkins who is a Junior Camp Counselor at the Rec Center.  There are many things going on at the Cody Rec Center, including the Runners’ Stampede…

Today we are going to look at the 3 best “beginner-friendly” hiking trails that are within 30 miles of Cody.

The Park County Commissioners encourage anyone invested in the future growth of the region to speak up as the county revises its two-decade-old Land Use Plan. Park County and its communities have resisted the relentless push into the 21st Century in many ways. But as more people move to the region, the demand for land…

One question you never thought you’d have to answer to pitch your tent at Grand Teton National Park – “do you have a reservation?” Starting Jan. 26 at 8 a.m., camping in Grand Teton will be by reservation only. Park officials announced that the days of the spontaneous camping trips will end, to provide a…

Some people say it’s too early to decorate for Christmas – but it’s not too early to plan for it, especially if your plan involves a visit to a national forest. Christmas tree permits for Bighorn National Forest are now available for purchase online. Forest officials opened the permit period yesterday, Oct. 26, on the…

The grass isn’t always greener, and the City of Cody has noticed. The Cody Department of Parks, Recreation, and Public Facilities released a statement on the Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center’s Facebook page, regarding the state of the city parks. Specifically, the idea that some parks may look or feel neglected based on their…


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