Say howdy to the Equality State, Wyoming. From towering, snow-capped mountain ranges to world-famous national parks, "Big Wyoming" is a state of rugged natural beauty. Witness the Devils Tower. Haul through the cities along the I-80. Export livestock from the massive agricultural sector. Explore the Magic City of the Plains, Cheyenne. Go on a road trip to a part of the legendary Yellowstone National Park.
Whether you fancy the beautiful architecture or the general feel of rich history, you will feel like at home in Wyoming. Cowboys, trains, and wide-open natural spaces await you.
Wyoming may be one of the least populated states in the U. S, but that doesn't mean that it lacks spectacular places to visit and see. Home to some of the country's most breathtaking national parks, Wyoming is best known for its red-walled gorges, hot springs, historic prairie towns, pioneer history, and historical attractions.
Wyoming designated the American bison as the official state mammal in 1985, and to this day you can still find large herds of them grazing across the prairies and protected land which is designated for the conservation of wild bison since their decline across the US.
Located in the west of Wyoming, the Bridger-Teton National Forest, best known for the four W's - Wildlife, Waterfalls, Wilderness, and Wild and Scenic Rivers, is the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48 United States and a must-visit location for any traveler.