30 brave cold, wind to start year off with hike

The 1st Day Hike at Bear River State Park brought 30 people out to the snowy event at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1. “The weather wasn’t terribly cold but Mother Nature did bring us our Wyoming wind,” park superintendent Tyfani Sager said. “Folks met at the Visitor Center to start off the 1-mile guided hike with Bear River State Park Trade Specialist Nathan Lumsden and proceeded up the Buffalo Run Sledding Hill to capture the views of the park and surrounding areas. From there they continued on down to our holding corrals and hay yard to get a chance to see the three bull elk and five bison up close. They then worked their way back to the Visitor Center for hot refreshments, snacks and Wyoming State Park 1st Day Hike Walking Stick Medallions. Participants also took advantage of [viewing] the exhibits that are on display.” (COURTESY PHOTO/Tyfani Sager)


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