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Winter Activities in Casper, Wyoming

Casper, Wyoming tourism typically highlights the summer months. Many people visit to attend a rodeo, go hiking, biking or golfing, and to explore the local national forests or historic sites. However, Casper is an excellent year-round destination. Even in the chilliest months, there is plenty of recreation to keep visitors and residents active.

Skiing/Snowboarding

Casper is home to the Hogadon Ski Basin. Only 20 minutes from town, Hogadon has runs for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. One of the lesser known gems of Wyoming, you won’t have to battle long lines or pay high prices to enjoy a day in the snow. Lessons, rental equipment and food are all available.

Nordic Skiing

Those who prefer a different experience on skis will find excellent cross-country skiing in Casper during the winter. The most popular spot is Natrona County’s Casper Nordic Center. A day lodge provides information, rest and food before or after your excursion. You can ski at night on lighted trails as well.

Dog Sledding

Dog sledding is not only for Alaskans. Each year in Casper, Wyoming, a charity dogsled race is held on Casper Mountain. If watching the event sparks your interest, there are dog sledding outfitters who will have you saying mush in no time.

Ice Skating

Ice skating is a family-friendly activity that all ages will appreciate. Casper boasts an ice center that has hockey, curling, figure skating, lessons and public skate sessions. The Casper Ice Arena is one of the finest rinks in the Rocky Mountain region.

Snowmobiling

Casper Mountain is home to 46 miles of impeccably groomed and marked snowmobile trails. Cover plenty of ground in a thrilling sport that awakens the adrenaline junkie in everyone.

Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing is winter’s version of hiking. Explore nature and look for wildlife in peaceful surroundings with epic views.

Casper, Wyoming’s tourism destinations and activities aren’t limited to outdoor recreation. You can also find dining, shopping and attractions. Warm up at the Tate Museum or Nicolaysen Art Museum, grab a bite at one of the many restaurants in Casper’s eclectic culinary scene or peruse the historic downtown shopping district. Casper, Wyoming tourism has something for everyone—even in the winter.

If you’re looking for property, or would like to find out more about Caspar, Wyoming, contact The Brooks Companies.