Wyoming Travel Guide
Experience some of the United States’ grandest views in the Cowboy State. During the early years of American history, Wyoming was used as a ranging territory for cattle farmers. Wyoming is still used for agricultural purposes, but its most amazing features are hidden in several magnificent national parks. During your adventure in Wyoming, you may witness gorgeous geological features and colorful bodies of water. Enjoy a long expedition in Yellowstone National Park, or test your photography skills at Grand Teton National Park. Regardless of your preferences, you will be amazed by Wyoming’s colorful environments that remain untouched by human pollution and artificial structures.
Devils Tower National Monument
Devils Tower National Monument is located in Crook County in northeast Wyoming. It encloses a 867-foot-tall volcanic rock butte.
Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park is located in far northwestern Wyoming, just to the south of Yellowstone National Park. The park is popular among eco-tourists.
With minimal modern amenities, Jackson Hole will take you back to simpler time when the world was wild and unpredictable.
Thermopolis, Wyoming, is a small town of around 3,000 in the north-central part of the state. It is located in Hot Springs County.