We are sure to offer a few extras throughout the week to accommodate your needs. Above and beyond food, showers, SAG support, and stocked route stops we have some great extras!
Soaking Up The Local Culture - Day by Day
- Day 1: Meeteetse Museum tours - ongoing beginning at noon; Taste of Meeteetse - downtown, 5:30 pm
- Day 2: Gooseberry Badlands hike (1 mile) at Route Stop #2; Wyoming Whisky tour & tasting at Lunch Stop - last stop; Petroglyph tour at Legend Rock, buses at 3 pm - first come first serve, approximately 150 spots available; and HOT SPRINGS!
- Day 3: Wind River Canyon - first 19 miles of tour; Shoshini local host stop - mile 30 of tour - watermelon; Pavillion - local vendors, Eagle Spirit Pow Wow Dancers; Roping at the rodeo grounds after dancers next to camp.
- Day 4-5: Begin Dubois Layover. We are camping next to Bighorn Sheep Center; Togwotee Pass Riding (summit mile 29); create your own adventure by looking up local tours Dubois Chamber of Commerce. And a Bear Charger - what is it like to have a bear charging you? Well, you can find out!
- Day 6: In Ft. Washakie, Route Stop #4 - 307 Maker's Space - make your own LED riding button!
- Day 7: Sinks Canyon! Visitor's Center is at mile 8, rest stop at mile 9, summit at mile 16.
Morning Mobility (30 minutes)
Start your day with a "yoga-flow" type movement and dynamic stretching to prepare for a great day of cycling.
Stretch and Relaxation (45 minutes)
At the end of a day of cycling, treat your body to some simple recovery stretching and relaxation poses to ease the tensions of a day in the saddle.
Greater Yellowstone Entertainment & Round Tables
The centerpiece of our entertainment and education is the stage in each camp. We’ll schedule an eclectic blend of local music, short films, fancy dancers and local vendors. Every afternoon around 3 pm the Greater Yellowstone Coalition staff and local partners will host educational round tables about the local ecosystem you are riding through. Round tables are followed by entertainment and dinner. After dinner, we will follow up with the schedule for the next route and final remarks for the day.
Local bands featured in Meeteetse, Dubois and Lander. Eagle Spirit Dancers and roping in Pavillion. Evening hot springs in Thermopolis.
All this riding can lead to the desire for a nice relaxing (or recuperative) massage, so we have a full team of LMTs to serve CGY. It is best to make a reservation for your massages. Reservations can be made now by clicking the box below. Reservations help us plan for you!