Entries by The Great American West

Make the most of winter at Grand Targhee Resort

Grand Targhee Resort is a top skiing and snowboarding destination in Wyoming with an average of over 500 inches of snow per year, without the huge crowds usually present at larger ski areas. Those who want to try different winter activities can go cat skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking, tubing, and snowmobiling. There is also a […]

Drive along Enchanted Highway to see captivating sculptures

Drive along North Dakota’s famous Enchanted Highway to see one of the world’s largest collection of scrap metal sculptures. There are various sculptures including geese, deer, pheasants, grasshoppers, Theodore Roosevelt, and a Tin Family. This fascinating roadside display begins at Exit 72 on I-94 near Gladstone and finishes in the quaint town of Regent. Once […]

Ski, snowboard or zip line at Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort is the second largest ski resort in the United States and has 5,850 skiable acres, four mountains, 36 lifts and over 300 runs. You can take the Lone Peak tram to the top of Lone Mountain to enjoy 300 degrees of skiing as well as breathtaking views of three states and two […]

Ride the Route of the Hiawatha

Bike ride, hike, or horse ride the Route of the Hiawatha for panoramic views of Idaho’s Bitterroot Mountains. Once an old railway line, this scenic 15-mile bike track passes through numerous tunnels and towering trestle bridges reaching up to 230 feet high. Many visitors say their favourite part of the ride is the St. Paul […]

Horse-drawn carriage tour of Cheyenne

One of the most relaxing and scenic ways to explore the quaint city of Cheyenne is by taking a free horse-drawn carriage tour. You will see beautiful and unique sites like the historic Cheyenne Depot Museum and the luxurious Nagle Warren Mansion B&B. The carriage driver will provide narration about the different historical sites and […]

Pioneer experience of ‘Little House on the Prairie’

For a pioneer experience, head to Ingalls Homestead where famous author of ‘Little Town on the Prairie’ Laura Ingalls Wilder grew up. The whole family will enjoy the various activities here including demonstrations of twisting hay sticks and making a jump rope and a corn cob doll. Kids will love visiting the farm animals and […]

Haunted Fort

Held in Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park which is considered one of the scariest places in North Dakota, Haunted Fort will provide you with an exhilarating night! Abraham Lincoln’s buildings are transformed into terrifying haunted houses each Friday and Saturday night in October. Actors at Haunted Custer House, Zombie Battlefield, and Clown House combine eerie […]

Crow Fair Powwow and Rodeo

If you’re going to be in Montana in August, make sure you don’t miss the Crow Fair Powwow and Rodeo which is one of the biggest rodeos in the United States. Held on August 14-19 in Billings, the Apsaalooke people of the Crow Indian Reservation showcase exquisite cultural activities like the powwow where hundreds of […]

Red Horse Mountain Ranch

Red Horse Mountain Ranch in Harrison is a great place to go on a holiday to authentically experience the Great American West. You will be paired with a horse for your stay so that you can ride on the extensive scenic trails with pastures, open hillsides, ridges and narrow paths every day, led by a […]