Winter is one of the best times of the year to visit Carbon County! As you venture out remember to stay safe and follow local health and safety guidelines. Here are some winter travel ideas to help you plan your winter getaway to one of the most beautiful winter travel destinations in the Rocky Mountains.
Saratoga, Wyoming is famous for its historic mineral hot springs. Hobo Hot Springs features a public bath house that is free and open to the public while the Saratoga Hot Springs Resort features private teepee covered pools and a 70' hot pool for hotel guests. Relax and get warn while the snow falls around you. What could be better?
"Get Your West On" this winter and head to where the powder is pristine! We have over 500 miles of premium snowmobile trails for the winter adventurer in the most incredible mountain ranges in the world. Snowmobile rentals & guides are available from many local vendors. Sno Goer Magazine rates Carbon County as a top destination.
Cross country skiing and snowshoeing in Carbon County is excellent! Not only are there tons of great trails to explore offering a variety of terrain but it's also easy to get away from the crowds and experience the quiet solitude and breathtaking beauty of unspoilt wilderness. Wildlife is abundant and the scenery is one of a kind.
As you venture out to explore Carbon County's wide open spaces & wild places we encourage you to adventure responsibly. Let's protect our visitors and neighbors by following health and safety recommendations. By traveling responsibly we show respect and keep Wyoming safe!
Please wash your hands, cover coughs & sneezes and stay home when you're ill.
Wear a mask or face covering, practice social distancing & avoid crowded places.
Carbon County is a great place to rejuvenate your spirit! As you plan your visit view these helpful resources to help you plan a safe visit. Please stop the spread of coronavirus & travel responsibly.
Winter fun abounds in Carbon County. Carbon County's backcountry is full of great winter trails for snowmobiling, cross country skiing, dog sledding and snow shoeing. All on world class powder! Hit the lakes for ice fishing or just relax by the fire and imbibe with locally crafted beer and spirits. Make sure to schedule some time to soak in our famous mineral hot springs and to check out the local shops & dining options.Request a Vacation Guide
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