Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center

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The Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center is located in the Upper Wind River Mountains and focuses on Native American history & culture, the tie hack industry, guest ranching and geology and nat

Events

“Kids Corner: Badlands Trek”
“Kids Corner: Badlands Trek”
  • Come stretch your legs and join us as we do a short trek into Mason Draw. Be sure to bring water, snacks, sunscreen, a cap, a jacket, and bug spray.
  • Saturday Jun 22, 2024
“Lava Mountain Geology Trek”
“Lava Mountain Geology Trek”
“Dr. Dave Love Driving Geology Trek”
“Dr. Dave Love Driving Geology Trek”
  • This tour is for those interested in the geology of the western Wind River Mountains and adjacent Wind River Basin.
  • Tuesday Jul 9, 2024
“Moon Lake Adventure Trek”
“Moon Lake Adventure Trek”
  • Join us for a day filled with hiking and learning about water quality and the effects of early settlers introducing fish to new waters.
  • Tuesday Jul 16, 2024
“Kids Corner: Butter Churning”
“Kids Corner: Butter Churning”
“Bonneville Pass Adventure Trek”
“Bonneville Pass Adventure Trek”
  • Join Museum staff and regional expert Lynn Stewart on a hike through Bonneville Pass. Experience the breathtaking flora and fauna at high elevation.
  • Tuesday Jul 30, 2024
“Tie Hack Adventure Trek”
“Tie Hack Adventure Trek”
  • This year we will follow the tie hacks Union Pass to see where the tie hacks lived, flumes that brought the ties down, and a head-gate.
  • Tuesday Aug 6, 2024