Wyoming is looking for an adventurer to explore the state’s epic landscapes
Are you willing to drop everything and spend six weeks exploring Wyoming’s vast, rugged landscape in a mobile 200-square foot tiny house?
The Wyoming Office of Tourism (WOT) is looking for an adventurer who’s ready to leave his or her regular life behind to explore Wyoming’s epic landscapes as part of an experiential “Call of the WY” promotion this summer.
Part of the promotion includes a casting call where contestants will be asked to tell about themselves and share why they’d like to spend six weeks under Wyoming’s big blue skies as they explore the state’s wide-open spaces.
Authentic Wyoming Experiences
During the six weeks in the Cowboy State, the adventurer from the casting call will visit iconic locations and have authentic Wyoming experiences that include driving the Beartooth Highway and soaking in natural hot springs in Cody/Yellowstone Country, attending a pow wow in Wind River Country, stargazing near Pinedale and hiking in Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area.
“For those of us lucky enough to live in Wyoming, we understand the things that make it so special. The wide-open spaces, the mountains, the outdoor recreation, the beautiful skies, the wildlife and most importantly the people,” said Wyoming Governor Matt Mead. “Visitors to the state get a glimpse of this, but with the ‘Call of the WY’ promotion, those participating will get to experience the full breadth of why we choose to live in Wyoming.”
Through the “Call of the WY” promotion, Wyoming and its diverse landscapes, activities and colorful characters will be highlighted through the eyes of the selected adventurer as he or she road trips around the state in a 200-square-foot tiny house.
How to apply
Interested adventurers can apply here