Wyoming Adventures with
Ride with us to experience the feel of the true west. Explore the forests, canyons, high country streams, and incredible views.
Access crystal clear mountain streams and remote backcountry lakes with a knowledgeable guide by way of horseback.
Permitted to hunt some of the most incredible territory in the West, while appreciating an ethical, sustainable approach to hunting and wildlife management.
Guided UTV Tours
Join us to view wildlife, enjoy scenic vistas, and explore the incredible
Wind River Valley and Absaroka Mountain Range via UTV.
Bundle up to experience the Shoshone National Forest’s winter beauty while skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, or winter hiking.
Said Creek Outfitters & Outfitting Adventures is operated under special use permits with the Shoshone National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, and Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments.
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