Wyoming (WY) is in the mountain region of the Western United States. Montana borders this mountainous state to the north, South Dakota and Nebraska border to the east. Plus, Colorado neighbors in the south, Utah in the southwest and lastly, Idaho borders in the west. Furthermore, it is the 10th largest state in the U.S.A. Whereas, it has the second lowest population density. Cheyenne is both the capital and also the largest city.
Mountain ranges cover the western part of the state, while prairies known as the High Plains cover the eastern part of the state.
Things To Do
You can always find something to do in Wyoming. The state’s most famous, even legendary, landmarks are the Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Teton National Park. Interestingly, Yellowstone was the very first National Park in the U.S.A. Wyoming also houses the first National Monument – the Devils Tower. In addition, the state has 25 National Historic Landmarks, and 11 nationally recognized recreation areas, trails, and monuments.
Outdoor recreation opportunities in Wyoming are highly diverse. During your visit, you can enjoy sightseeing tours, wildlife watching, soaking in hot springs and a wide range of summer and winter sports. ATV and off-roading, mounting biking, rock climbing, rodeo, and kayaking will keep you busy. These are not even all the outdoor activities and sports which you can do in Wyoming, the list goes on.
If you are a winter sports enthusiast, then the diversity of Wyoming’s winter recreation options will fascinate you. Skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, dog sledding, sleigh rides, fishing on a frozen lake and many other winter activities wait for you here.
The largest outdoor rodeo celebration in the world, the Cheyenne Frontier Days, plus Baseball and Cowboy Football will keep sports-lovers entertained. So if you prefer to watch sports rather than play them, there is still something for you here!
December 2, 2016 7:07 pm