CASPER, Wyo. — On Thursday, learn which team came out on top during the final episode of a televised series in which teams of two people competed in different outdoor adventures across Wyoming.
“Though all the teams are winners in our book, in the end there can be only one,” states the Wyoming Office of Tourism.
The Office of Tourism, along with Ford Bronco Wild Fund and Outside TV, released the first episode of “Wildly Wyoming” Aug. 3. Since then, a new episode in the five-part series has aired every Thursday on Outside TV. To watch the previous four episodes now, go to Outside. A link to the Aug. 31 finale is available on the tourism website.
The reality series features three groups of Team Bronco Ambassadors battling to win $10,000 for charity. Competitions include rock climbing, fly-fishing, mountain biking and other outdoor adventures, each showcasing the beauty and diversity of Wyoming’s wide-open spaces. Along each route, teams met with local guides and organizations to learn how to be stewards of Wyoming’s natural spaces, wildlife, communities and culture.
“From enduring Mother Nature to revisiting the stomping grounds of one’s youth to overcoming personal fears and trying new things, ‘Wildly Wyoming’ has been an exhilarating ride,” states the Wyoming Office of Tourism website.
According to the website, through donations from the Bronco Wild Fund, the ambassadors have already contributed $60,000 to nonprofits that work to preserve, maintain and provide accessibility to Wyoming’s outdoors for future generations. The top team will receive an additional $10,000 for a nonprofit of choice.
Team Bronco Ambassadors for the series are as follows:
- Team One: Aaron Mulkey, an ice climber from Cody, and Kayla Lockhart, a traveling fly-fishing angler from Portland.
- Team Two: Lael Johnson, a fly-fishing guide from Seattle, and Andrew Muse, an adventure athlete from Park City, Utah.
- Team Three: Micayla Gatto, a free-ride mountain biker from Vancouver, British Columbia, and Tyrhee Moore, a mountaineer and outdoor educator from Washington, D.C.