Wyoming Travel Guide

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Visit the wild, wild west in Wyoming. Situated in the Northwestern portion of the United States, Wyoming has been relatively removed from the rest of the country, making it easy for cowboys to roam the vast open High Plains in the east and snow bunnies to traverse the slopes of the Rockies in the west. Cowboys not withstanding, Wyoming was one of the first states to grant women's suffrage in 1869 and has an impressively large number of National Parks, Wilderness areas, Recreation Areas, and National Monuments. Among the most famous and oft visited are Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Devil's Tower. Whether traveling to Wyoming for business, love or family, there are accommodations aplenty to suite every desire. Despite being the least populous state in the Union, it is above all the most spectacular in scenery and adventure!

Even the biggest cities in Wyoming are relatively small, and one of the leading areas for tourism are the snowy slopes. Towns like Jackson, most notably referred to as Jackson Hole, is not only the junction of both Yellowstone and Grand Teton, but it is chock full of ski resorts. This dichotomous city remains true to its old cowboy nature, but has managed to cultivate a more contemporary side as well. Lodging in the old frontier is usually name brand hotels, ski resorts and spas, and log cabins. Cheyenne, on the other hand, was built with the hands of a railroad worker. Today, it is full of history, museums, and home to the world's largest outdoor rodeo. Most will enjoy traveling to Cheyenne and there are plenty of hotels, business suits and conference centers available.

In the remote wilderness of Wyoming is a small city called Cody. It is here that tourism thrives on the genuine experience of living like a cowboy. There are rodeos, and acres of pristine wilderness surrounding the city. For those traveling to Cody who need four walls and a roof, there's a charming selection of Bed and Breakfasts, motels and Inns. Parts of Wyoming are growing under the gas and oil industry in Gillette and thanks to the University, Laramie is a bit more than a spot on the map. Despite the small size in population, Wyoming's parks and towns provide visitors with splendid accommodations, and what more is needed than the view of the Rockies?


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