by Jerry Bath
A few suggestions for your trip to Wyoming. We want you to be safe, have a great experience, and come back!
It’s winter in Wyoming and anyone who’s lived here a while can tell you that weather and road conditions can change BY THE HOUR, so be sure to check ahead.
By route: https://www.wyoroad.info/pls/Browse/WRR.RoutesQuery
WYDOT- Wyoming Department of Transportation, https://www.wyoroad.info/
Wyo 28 Louis Lake – Lander race Staging area, For example.
The Weather Channel https://weather.com
If you’re traveling with a snow machine for trail support or training purposes, even if it’s just to get you to the starting line, PLEASE PURCHASE A WYOMING SNOW MACHINE TRAIL STICKER before you get to the parking lot.
SNOWMOBILE PERMITS: Wyoming law requires all snowmobiles must have either a current Wyoming Resident or Nonresident User Fee decal prominently displayed on the outside of each snowmobile. Each permit is thirty-five dollars ($35.00) and may be purchased at one of the several agents located throughout the state. All commercial snowmobiles operated in the state of Wyoming must have a commercial permit, which is one hundred five dollars ($105.00).
Available online at http://wyoparks.state.wy.us/…/snowmobile-permits-fees… and at most snowmobile shops and most Wyoming gas stations.
STAGE STOP CITIES: Information is on the website at https://www.wyomingstagestop.org
Go to the ‘Stage Stops’ pull-down menu at the top of the page and click on any of the towns for stage-specific information