Visiting Yellowstone This Fall

Published Date Author: , September 12th, 2012

Gay Travel: Visiting Yellowstone This FallIt is not just the sudden-onset yellow transforming the towering aspens that provides the signal that fall has arrived in Yellowstone Country. Other signs are the fat bears, noisy bull elk, conspicuous lack of costumed gunfighters and rodeo cowboys and a relaxed pace throughout the towns of Cody, Meeteetse and Powell, Wyo., three towns that comprise a region called “Yellowstone Country.”

“While some of our summertime activities like the rodeo and the nightly gunfighter shows come to an end, fall is the start of new adventures and activities in the region,” said Claudia Wade, director of the Park County Travel Council, the tourism marketing arm for the region.

“This is the time of year when we see fewer families and more adults and couples, particularly those who enjoy outdoorsy and cultural activities.”

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