Kicking It Up in the Mountains

The Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo has been an institution in the Wyoming capital city since 1897, drawing thousands of spectators for 10 days of outdoor events. Photo courtesy of Troy Babbitt/USA Today Images
The Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo has been an institution in the Wyoming capital city since 1897, drawing thousands of spectators for 10 days of outdoor events. Photo courtesy of Troy Babbitt/USA Today Images

By Lisa Clifton

Ideally situated amid naturally diverse landscapes, the cities of the Mountain West lend themselves equally to a varied number of sports. For event organizers, the lay of the land yields limitless possibilities when it comes to tournaments and championships as well as options for rest and relaxation, keeping athletes enthusiastic both on and off the field.

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