Explore Wyoming:

Most of Wyoming lies in the Rocky Mountains and is a glorious mix of lakes and mountains bisected by the Continental Divide. The state is the USA’s least populous state as well as one of the richest in unspoiled nature; Wyoming is home to 36 National Park units, including the world’s first National Park, Yellowstone, first National Monument, Devils Tower and first National forest, Shoshone.

Yellowstone National Park – which celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2022 -and Grand Teton National Park are two of America’s most famous national parks and they are a haven for those who love the outdoors, adventure and wildlife. It’s not uncommon to spot impressive wild animals like bear, bison, elk and coyotes roaming the plains of this vast and beautiful state.

Aside from the famous parks, there is a mind-blowing list of activities to enjoy. These range from riding a horse to riding an off-roader, all sorts of water sports and rock climbing are just a few to whet the appetite.

The heart of the Old West still beats in Wyoming. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid escaped from pursuing lawmen here and wild horses run free through sagebrush on high, desert plateaus. On ranch holidays, you can work cattle during the day, then kick back and gaze up at the starry night sky. There are also many rodeos; the capital city of Wyoming, Cheyenne, is home to the largest outdoor rodeo in the world, Cheyenne Frontier Days which takes place during the last week of July and celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2021.

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