High mountain vistas, hidden waterfalls, fast running rivers, and sweeping badlands rock formations are what a person standing in Dubois, and turning 360 degrees will encounter.
With Dubois being nestled between the Wind River mountain range and the Absaroka mountain range, and hundreds of square miles of wilderness lands to the east, west and north of Dubois, not to mention the biggest Bighorn Sheep population in the United States, spotting wildlife is almost guaranteed.
Dubois is 55 miles from Grand Teton National Park, and 87 miles from Yellowstone National Park. The drive takes you over Togwotee Pass, home of the most amazing snowmobiling on earth. Dubois is adjacent to both the Wind River mountains and the Absaroka mountains, both of which sport unparalleled hunting, fishing, , ATV, and mountain bike adventures.
Dubois hosts some of the best and most unspoiled hunting, fishing, ATV, horseback riding and scenic opportunities on earth. With it's proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, as well as being an hour and a half drive from Jackson Hole, Dubois is quickly becoming the 'undiscovered gem' of Wyoming.