Best Vacation Home Deals in DuBois
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The Weather in DuBois
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. December is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 14°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Feel frontier magic with a vacation home in Dubois, Wyoming
By opting for a vacation rental in Dubois, Wyoming, you’ll find yourself nestled into the verges of the vast Shoshone National Forest, between Jackson and the Wind River Reservation. When you arrive in Dubois, the scale of the surroundings will make a lasting impression. With a small population and an atmospheric main street, the town's motto is "where real cowboys work and play," which pretty much summarizes life and leisure in this shockingly beautiful region, where eagles soar.
Witness some wild art in Jackson
The chic streets of Jackson are worth the commute from your cozy vacation rental in Dubois. Once you're there, make sure to check out the delights of the unique National Museum of Wildlife Art. It houses impressive works by Bierstadt, Rungius, Remington, and Russell. The outdoor sculpture park is a sight to behold, and there's even a children's studio where little ones can take part in workshops.
Climb and dine in Lander
Lander, not far from your vacation rental, is an ideal day trip destination. Rock climbing and mountaineering enthusiasts are drawn to this one-street town, which has the best foothills around for learning to climb. After a few hours enjoying the great outdoors, hole up in the Gannett Grill, a local institution. Sit on the patio and savour local beef burgers, stone baked pizzas, and crisp fries.
Go on safari in Teton
Directly south of the famous Yellowstone Park are the Tetons. These craggy escarpments will surely stir your soul. The park's 12 peaks surround Grand Teton, which is nearly 14,000 feet high. Go on safari to enjoy the views of geysers, canyons, forests, and falls. A naturalist guide can point out the diverse wildlife and describe the development of the landscape, formed 600,000 years ago.
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