One of the nation’s largest herds of wild bighorn sheep live in the mountains near Dubois. The exhibits at the National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center portray the habitat and habits of these remarkably adaptive animals, or you may be able to spot them on the cliffs during one of the centerâ€™s guided tours.
Between October and March, the Center’s winter tours provide a wonderful opportunity to view wildlife on their primary winter range, at Whiskey Mountain. Tours typically start at 9:00 AM and average 3-4 hours. The cost is $100 per person. A minimum of two guests is required (or one person can do the tour for $200); our van seats 7 people. We appreciate at least 48-hour notice to book tours. Call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.