Join us to:
- Network with top professionals
- Get exclusive access to newsmakers and stories critical to conservation and the outdoors
- Find new markets to sell your work
- Attend seminars to sharpen your professional s
- Meet with America’s best in outdoor communication
- Demo the latest outdoor gear
- Hear from editors and industry leaders
- And much, much more!
- You can cancel your registration for a full refund up to eight weeks before the event, or we can transfer your registration to the following (2023) conference.
- If you must cancel between eight and four weeks before the event, we can transfer your registration to the following (2023) conference.
- If, just prior to the event, you’re unable to attend, we can switch your registration to a colleague or friend (but we’re now locked into the number of people attending as we work with our host venue on meals, etc.).
Pre-, Spouse/Partner, and Post-Tours
- Two nights in Cody, one night in Yellowstone National Park
- Six writers (Three for fishing and three for shooting)Price: $100 – Includes accommodations, meals, local transportation and activities.
- Drive from Casper
- Meet & greet at the Historic TA Ranch
- Including tour the famous barn with lunch provided by TA Ranch
- Drive to Crazy Woman Canyon to experience the winding canyon road and fascinating rock formations.
- Possible horseback ride into the canyon 1hr/one way ride including a picnic at Crazy Woman Creek.
- Meet at the Historic Occidental Saloon (www.occidentalwyoming.com) for a drink, some snacks and enjoy live music or experience one of our premier restaurants in downtown Buffalo
- Overnight stay at one of our hotels, Inns, B&B’s. Please find attached hotel list. (Convention packet).
- Tour our Wool Mill – Mountain Meadow Wool – Experience wool makingfrom start to finish and see all the beautiful items they have on display.
- Visit Main Street retail stores – see what Buffalo has to offer Horse Carriage ride through downtown Buffalo
P.M. (weather permitting)
- Short drive to Red Horse Trail Head
- Horseback ride at “Red Horse Exit” for about 1hour with breathtaking vistas toward the Bighorn Mountains provided
- Authentic Chuck wagon dinner, campfire entertainment at Trail Head provided by Wyoming Heritage Tours.
Sinks Canyon is a geological wonder known for its river that disappears into a limestone cavern, only to reappear in a trout-filled pool on the opposite side of the canyon a quarter mile downstream. This canyon is also one of the grand gateways to the Shoshone National Forest. Don’t miss out on all the hiking, fishing, camping and mountain biking that Sinks Canyon has to offer.
mhoefle [at] windriver.org
Spend a half-day wading with the fly fishing editor for Strung Magazine. Dave Zoby is offering a free half-day trip to fish the North Platte or one of the local reservoirs (depending on the conditions). The trip will originate at the Ramkota at 6 am. Dave will provide coffee and transportation to one of the local hot spots. Dave is not a guide, and is known for poor knot-tying, so anglers should bring their own gear and a pair of waders and boot. Dave recommends a 6 wt rod and a wide assortment of flies. Henderson, Dave’s 100 pound Lab, will also be on this trip, so be tolerant of big-boned and raucous dogs. After a half-day of fishing, the trip will culminate at one of Casper’s emerging breweries. The trip will end around 2 pm at the Ramkota.
- Maximum participants: two
- There is no fee for this trip, but participants are encouraged to chip in for gas money and to bring their own lunches and drinks.
12:00 – 7:00 pm Friday May 20th. Travel to the northeast corner of the Red Desert and consider the natural and cultural history of the mustang in the West, with an eye toward finding opportunities for wild horse photography. For more information on the host organization or the trip’s leader, visit: wyomustangs.org or chadhanson.org.
- Max. three guests
The Wind River Indian Reservation Trail offers a cultural peek into the history of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes, who share the beautiful wide-open spaces northwest of Lander and Riverton. On this 70 mile loop, you’ll discover Chief Washakie’s grave site, Sacajawea’s grave site, the Eastern Shoshone Culture Center, St. Michael’s Mission, St. Stephen’s Mission and the Northern Arapaho Experience Culture Room.
mhoefle [at] windriver.org