There are many interesting places to see in and around Cody. Some can be accomplished in just a half day trip (approximately 4 hours) while other may require a full day to truly appreciate the subject matter. Whether you want to see wildlife, learn local history or local geology, see wild horses in their element, Native traces of tepee rings, petroglyphs and pictographs or dinosaur tracks, we can take you there! We will pick you up from your location in Cody and return you there at the end of your trip. Trips include transportation, guide, field optics, field lunches (on full days), snacks and drinks. Entrance Fees, if any, and gratuities are not included.

What to bring? Layered clothing appropriate for the season, sturdy shoes, a camera and your sense of adventure!

  • McCulloch Peaks – Wild Horse Tour

    Available year round, Full day or half day adventure
    Travel east from Cody to the McCulloch Peaks to see wild horses and other wildlife including numerous pronghorns. In a full day trip we will continuing east to Shell to visit the Dinosaur tracks and fossils. This trip can offer two options at this point. You can either visit Native American petroglyphs or travel through the Big Horn Mountains to Shell Falls and the scenic canyons. We should have you back in Cody in time for a leisurely evening meal!

  • Big Horn Canyon Tour

    Available year round – Full day trip recommended
    A landscape of sheer cliffs towering 1,000 feet above a ribbon of blue water is what will impress you first. But the millennium of history here will stay with you as you learn about paths blazed by Paleo-Indians, the story of the Crow people’s fight for land and justice, the era of mountain men and the pioneers that followed as they transformed passages through the area.

    The historical legacies of open range, family and dude ranching and a host of eccentrics who lived out extraordinary lives – all live on here. Fast forward to our own times, where the harnessing of a river’s power helps set light to our world and today, and wild herds of horses and big horn sheep still roam. (Description courtesy of the Big Horn Canyon National Recreation Area)


  • Geology

    Available year round – This trip can be either a half day or full day
    The geology in the Cody area is magnificent. Not only is it an excellent example of volcanic, glacial and thermal geology, but also has limestone formations; Morrison formations, Chugwater formations, Goose egg formations, lava flow formations and excellent opportunities to see fossils in their natural state.


  • Native Traces and Dinosaur Tracks

    Available year round – Full day trip recommended
    Did you ever think you could see a real dinosaur footprint? Not something some one thought would look like it but the real thing? Or tepee rings, fire pits and cave or cliff drawings left by Paleo-Indians and their decedents? We can show you these and more in the high desert that surrounds the Cody area. A great trip for kids and adults alike.



  • Southfork Tour

    Available Year Round – This tour is approximately 4 hours long

    Depart Cody and travel up the Southfork of the Shoshone River. As we follow the river through the valley, the spectacular Carter Mountain is on the your left with scenic views of other numerous mountains and valleys. We will cross the historic Cody Salsbury canal which brought the first water and irrigation to the Cody. On this tour you will see the TE foothills, that were part of Bill Codys former cattle ranch as well as other historic and majestic ranches. Wildlife in this area is abundant and we recommend that this tour be taken at either dawn or dusk.


  • Northfork – Road to Yellowstone

    Available year round – This trip can be either a half day or full day
    From Cody you will travel up the Northfork of the Shoshone River through the beautiful Wapiti Valley. See pre-Cambrian granite formations, dolomite limestone formations, Absoroka lava flow formations and numerous wildlife. Your guide will also tell stories that bring the Old West alive. The history of the early settlers of the Cody area is quite colorful. See the early homesteads, hear true stories of the founders of Cody, see the magnificent ranches that are still in existence and hear about how they were developed.
    During December through April the Big Horn Sheep are often visible in large numbers on the Northfork, and usually well with range of most photographers. Continue on to the historic Pahaska Teepee (Buffalo Bill’s former hunting lodge). On the way back to Cody, you will learn even more local history of area including Native American traces and early settlers and maybe even a few tall tales!


  • Buffalo Bill Cody Tours

    Available year round – Full or half day trips available
    Cody was founded by its name sake Buffalo Bill Cody in the very late 1800’s. Whether you are interested in Buffalo Bill as a young man, a Pony Express rider, an Army Scout, professional hunter or the great showman who introduced the Wild West to Europe, you can learn from one of the foremost authorities on the subject in the nation.

    Paul Fees is the former curator of the Buffalo Bill Museum at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and a published author on the subject. You will learn from Paul all about the man, the legend, and the town that shares his name while you tour his town and overlook his original cattle ranch and hunting lodge.