SCENE | Western Wyoming and Beyond
There are two parts of Wyoming that usually pop into people's heads when considering the Cowboy State: the posh and touristy Jackson Hole and the iconic Yellowstone National Park. But there's so much more to the least populated state in the union of course, and much of it unearthed and barely passed through by visitors. Jules Davies recently made a trip from the southeastern edge to the northwest into Montana by car and found so many cool spots, especially in Pinedale, a small town just over an hour outside of Jackson. Check out the latest travel guide added to The Reed: Rolling Through Wyoming which includes saddleries, hat shops, thrift stores and hot springs. It's a good one!