Love is in the Fresh Mountain Air in Sheridan, WY

Love is in the Fresh Mountain Air in Sheridan, WY

SHERIDAN, Wyo.— There’s no need to sacrifice one over the other when choosing between a romantic trip and an active adventure in the quaint Old West town of Sheridan, Wyoming. Nestled beneath the Bighorn Mountains, this charming historic town offers couples a blend of wild western culture and exciting adventures for outdoor lovers in a majestic setting.

Celebrate with Your Loved One While Giving Back

Pull out that favorite little black dress and throw your heels on for Habitat’s Fire and Ice Ball. Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is hosting a formal ball on Saturday, February 7th, complete with a cocktail hour, dinner and live entertainment. The event gives good reason to get dolled up and celebrate a fancy night out with your love, all while helping to support the community. The event will start at 5:30pm at the Kalif Shrine Center. Click here for the full list of events in Sheridan.

Enjoy Active Days

The homage is true – the couple who plays together, stays together. What better place to hop onto a snowmobile and hold on tightly to the man or woman of your dreams than in one of the top-rated snowmobiling towns in America? Or, for those seeking a more tranquil experience without all the noise, try a peaceful trot through the alpine meadows while horseback riding.

Rekindle the Romance and Stay at a Guest Ranch

Sheridan has a handful of great places with various lodging options. When visiting Sheridan with that special someone, though, ensure a memorable experience and stay at one of the area’s guest ranches. Surrounded by spectacular beauty, rustic charm and western adventure, Eaton’s Ranch offers the perfect ambiance (and is a great choice for weddings) as the oldest dude ranch in the United States!

There’s a reason for every season in Sheridan, Wyoming, so don’t miss the opportunity to make this time of year a great excuse for your next great adventure!

Media Contact: Julie Peirano; jpeirano@adventuremedianews.com; 973.714.5632. Click here for media kit. Photos available.

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