Get Wild in the Rocky Mountains

Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, New Mexico . . . When we think of travelling to the Rocky Mountains, we may feel as if we’re going home. Moose, black bears, lynxes, bison, magnificent elk and bighorn sheep thrive here. Hundreds of species of grass feed them, and alpine lakes dot the land. The Continental Divide runs through the Rockies—this is the line at which waters flow either to the Atlantic or the Pacific. It’s an invisible coastline of sorts. Perhaps it tells us which direction is the home of our hearts. Come and discover yourself.

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Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho

Stretching from British Columbia to northern New Mexico, the Rocky Mountains are a bold 3,000 miles long—we still travel to them and remember our wild side. In 1803, Thomas Jefferson sent Lewis and Clark to survey the Louisiana Purchase—no one knew exactly what the country had just bought.

In three years, they surveyed 8,000 miles, and wrote reports with wide-eyed wonder. Can you image coming upon the Old Faithful geyser? Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain and Grand Teton National parks are the big ones, and we’re thankful for them. Even more thankful that half the area of these states are set aside, and protected, for everyone to explore. Go to the Rocky Mountains. Howl at the moon. Recover your wild side.