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Wyoming Travel Guides

Welcome to Wyoming, the Equality State!

Wyoming is located in the mountain west subregion of the United States, bordered by Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Idaho, Utah and Colorado.

This is the 10th largest state by area but the least populous state in all of America.

Capital City: Cheyenne

Population: About 600,000

Time Zone: Mountain Standard Time (MST)

Man and woman standing with old faithful geyser sign
Mark and Kristen visiting Old Faithful geyser

Wyoming Travel Highlights

A trip to Wyoming boasts some of the last remaining remnants of the historic Wild West. You can go back in time to museums, watch rodeos, discover unique attractions and explore outdoor recreation areas.

National Parks In Wyoming:

  • Grand Teton National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park

Want more National Parks? Head to our National Parks page.

  • Cody
  • Jackson
  • Hot Springs State Park
  • Devils Tower National Monument
  • Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
church with Grand Teton range in Wyoming
Chapel of Transfiguration in Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park

The Grand Tetons are a spectacular slice of Swiss Alps beauty in Wyoming state. In this National Park, you will find picturesque snow capped mountains bursting out of gorgeous valleys surrounded by pristine glacial lakes.

  • Schwabacher Landing – Everything you need to know about capture stunning Grand Teton sunrise photography.
A group of bison in Yellowstone National Park
Bison in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park sits on the super-volcano known as the Yellowstone Caldera. This pressurized heat escapes in the form of thermal geysers, creating a spectacle worthy of millions of tourists each year.

  • Things To Do In Yellowstone – The ultimate guide to the best things in Yellowstone featuring steaming geysers, boiling hot springs, bubbling mud pots, stunning meadows and spectacular canyons.

If you have already been to Yellowstone once, we recommend visiting in a different season because your experience will be completely different.

  • Yellowstone In October – Fall is a stunning time to visit Yellowstone and this is exactly what you need to know.

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Man and woman at Devils National Monument in Wyoming
Mark and Kristen at Devils Tower National Monument

Devils Tower National Monument

If you are visiting Yellowstone or Grand Teton, you should consider adding Devils Tower to your Wyoming itinerary.

Cloud peak Skyway on a Wyoming Road Trip
Hairpin curve in the US

Wyoming Road Trip

There are many beautiful scenic drives in the US and Yellowstone is definitely one of those iconic locations you should add to your bucket list. Be sure to check out amazing road trip options below.

Want more US road trip inspiration? Don’t miss the best scenic drives in America.

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