Domestic wildlife safaris and geocaching are two of the newest adventures awaiting guests at the 1,000-acre Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Offered year-round by the ranch’s resident naturalist, the wildlife safaris will give you close encounters with native animals such as bison, elk, bears and wolves. Geocaching, on the other hand, is a fun and educational new activity that involves using a GPS tracking device to help navigate the ranch while you look for hidden ‘caches’ and prizes. These scavenger hunts can be done in teams, as a family or individually. See their site for more details on these and a whole host of other winter and summer activities.
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