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Dubois Travel Guide  

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Area:
6 km2
Elevation:
1569 m
Overview

The town of Dubois is situated in Wyoming, USA, covering an area of 6.8 sq km. Nestled in a valley between the Absaroka and Wind River mountain ranges, it lies among rocky cliffs and lush greenery.
The town, with a population of around 1,000, was originally known as ‘Never Sweat’ due to its warm and dry winds, but the postal service renamed it after Senator Dubois.
Dubois is known for its mild winter, unlike the rest of the state which experiences harsh winter conditions. Summers are warm and dry.
The rustic trailheads and the several log houses, salons and antique shops give a feel of Wyoming’s Old West flavour. The town, rich in ranching and tie hack history, is visited for its recreational avenues. Also, the National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center provides a great venue to view the magnificent creatures.

Area code:
0208
Time zone:
UTC+-7
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Overall Guide : Tourists who are fond of fishing can visit Dubois Fish Hatchery, which is a perfect place for fishing and is open free to the public. Riverside Inn and Campground is an efficient motel having clean rooms and everything that one... more needs. Moose feeding on the willows, which grow northeast of the lake, can be watched from the New Fork Lakes Campground. The Wind River Historical Center and the Lucius Burch provide information about the natural history and cultural landscape of the Greater Yellowstone Region. Grand Teton Park RV Resort is an amazing getaway for honeymoon couples, older travelers, families with young children, and a must visit destination for tourists. National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center is a central location that exhibits plants and animals that share the bighorns unique habitat. Grand Teton National Park and John D Rockefeller, Jr Memorial Parkway are the two national parks and contains features characteristic of both areas.
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