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What to see in Wyoming   U.S.A

Started Jan-26 by Gimmie Chocolate Shorty (TOILETHEA1); 62 views.

Best Places to Visit in Wyoming

By far one of the best reasons to visit Wyoming is its incomparable natural beauty. Home to Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and six mountain ranges that surround the Big Horn Basin, it is Wyoming’s majestic outdoors that travelers come to see year-round. Outdoor activities dominate vacation itineraries in Wyoming, such as hiking, rock and mountain climbing, white water rafting, and skiing. Here are the best places to visit in Wyoming.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming was the world’s first national park. Established in 1872, it is still the largest park at 2.2 million acres. Visitors will be in awe of the panoramic views, spewing geysers from among 10,000 thermal activities, and epic waterfalls.

Jackson

Jackson, Wyoming, sits at an elevation of over 6,000 feet. The town’s central hub, George Washington Memorial Park, better known as Town Square, is recognizable by four arched elk antler entrances.

Cody

Cody, Wyoming is the namesake of town founder William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, frontiersman and showman. Like many scenic Wyoming towns, outdoor activities are the main draw. Visitors can hike, fish, raft, rock climb, and camp during summer, and ice climb during winter.

Cheyenne

In Cheyenne, Wyoming’s capital, visitors can begin their trip at the historic Cheyenne Depot & Museum; it’s a tourist hotspot and home to the city’s Visitor Center. For an overview of the area, the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley offers a narrated historic city tour.

 Casper

Casper, Wyoming, is known as an outpost to the Old West. During westward expansion, Casper provided respite for travelers headed to Oregon and California. Today, Old West culture still thrives with western wear shops, western themed restaurants, an active rodeo scene, and the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center.

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