In a five-episode docuseries, three teams of Ford Bronco ambassadors are setting out on adventure-packed paths across Wyoming.

The teams will meet with locals, guides and organizations that focus on access, preservation and stewardship.

A total of $70,000 will ultimately be awarded by Bronco Wild Fund to charitable organizations, which will be announced at a later date.

“Wyoming is where bold, independent and curious spirits are encouraged to forge their own way to adventures both big and small,” said Diane Shober, executive director of the Wyoming Office of Tourism. “Bronco Wild Fund shares our commitment for protecting this last bastion of the West. We can’t wait to showcase the distinctive stories of those who live here, work here, or are simply drawn here to explore. It’s not for the faint of heart, but for the full of heart.”

The partnership aims to increase access, preservation, and stewardship of public lands in Wyoming.


The first episode will release today. You can find new episodes every Thursday on Outside TV.

The show features three groups of Team Bronco Ambassadors as they embark on different journeys across Wyoming.

Competitions include rock-climbing, fly-fishing, mountain biking and more.

The Team Bronco Ambassadors for the series include:

Team One
Aaron Mulkey, an ice climber from Cody, WY.
Kayla Lockhart, a traveling fly fishing angler from Portland, OR.

Team Two

Lael Johnson, a fly-fishing guide from Seattle, WA.
Andrew Muse, an adventure athlete from Park City, Utah.

Team Three

Micayla Gatto, a freeride mountain biker from Vancouver, BC.
Tyrhee Moore, a mountaineer and outdoor educator from Washington, DC.

“Wildly Wyoming captures the state in a completely new perceptive; you’ll see scenes that will take your breath away,” said Diane Shober, executive director of WOT. “This partnership has taken the value-based mission of WY Responsibly to a much higher level of educating and facilitating responsible recreation.”

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