Wyoming What to Pack

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Wyoming What to Pack

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    If going to Grand Teton National Park, bring your backpack. This is one of the premier backcountry parks in the US. Otherwise, a day pack will suffice for smaller hikes in Yellowstone. Good hiking boots are a must in the Grand Tetons but you could get away with comfortable walking shoes in Yellowstone. Dress in synthetic layers for changeable...

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    Even if you’re visiting Wyoming at the height of summer you need to be prepared for all weathers, and by the time we arrived in early September it already felt like autumn/fall, especially at the higher levels.You’re unlikely to need any really smart clothes. We stayed at several of the nicest lodges in the National Parks but even dining in these...

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  • Weather changes often

    We were there in Late May. The days were quite warm and the nights were cool. Be sure to pack enough to layer. Hiking boots are a great item to have with you, but if you're not a hiker, you can get away with a comfortable pair of walking shoes or sandals. Don't forget the sunscreen. Even if it's cool, it's still sunny.

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    Backpack and a small day travel pack. Hiking boots, comfortable sandals (I recommend Tevas), clothes for all types of weather. I was in Yellowstone in September 1992 and on the Southern side of the park we wore shorts and t-shirts, but by the time we got to our campground further north, it was snowing, so be prepared! Keep them far away from your...

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    This picture was taken in the middle of the summer. See how fast the weather can change. Come prepared.

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    Another picture of our ranch.If you are coming to Wyoming the saying goes, 'If you don't like the weather right now, wait five minutes and it will change.' Be sure to pack warm clothes, even in summer, if you are heading into the Northwestern part of the state. For summer travel be sure to be prepared for hot, mild, and chilly temperatures. It...

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    Always buy good gear and you will never regret it. A comfortable pack with the weight evenly distributed is essential. Don't underestimate the importance of good shelter. The weather can change in a moment so don't be fooled by clear morning skys. Your life may depend on it! The best boots you can buy still may not save you from a blister, but...

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    If your coming to Wyoming and planning on doing some hiking or backpacking be sure to bring the appropriate type of packs. The elevation in the Snowy Range varies from 8000 feet to over 13000 feet. So pack light but also pack appropriately for weather. Bring a warm jacket and pants as the weather can change very quickly in Wyoming. We have a...

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    Pack light and plan stops to wash clothes. There are a number of laundry stops throughout yellowstone and carrying excessive baggage can weigh you down. I carry soft sided wheeled luggage and some duffel type luggage. Plan on carrying your own luggage to your rooms unless you get VERY fancy accomodations. Good well broken in hiking boots with...

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    It depends on how you get there. You will need clothes for HOT days, and the nights can get very cool especially in the upper elevations. It can be 90 in Cody, and 50 in Yellowstone Insect repellant, sun screen Telephoto lenses, 80mm is not enough to get a good shot of a bear, should one appear Hiking boots, warm coat, swimwear, lots of socks,...

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    If you are going to be hiking in the snow like I was take some of those big thick boots with the rubberized lower half and the quilted lining that comes out. Your feet will thank you for being warm and dry. I am wearing those kind of boots in the picture. Take the best zoom lens you can for photographing wild life. I took pictures of antelope,...

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    Take several bags. Organize them by the type of contents. Pack all backpacking clothes separately away from all items that have any odor such as deodorant, soaps and perfumes. These odors attract bears! Take at least 2 pair of shoes. Make sure that one pair are comfortable hiking shoes or boots. If you are camping or hiking in bear country (all...

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