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About Wyoming

With rambling cowboys, galloping rodeos and two of the U.S.'s most intriguing national parks, Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, a vacation in Wyoming is not for the faint at heart. The bulk of attractions lie in the northwestern corner, which is where one can experience epic skiing, rafting, hiking and camping. Regardless of your preferred mode of transportation, whether it is ski, board, raft, horse or foot, you are sure to have an unparalleled experience in Wyoming.

Some of the places you will want to visit include:

  • Jackson: This town is a funky cultural bubble where glam meets grit personalities. Located in the dramatic valley of Jackson Hole, high up in the Teton Mountain range, this is the place to start off your Wyoming travels. With spectacular jagged cliffs surrounding the town, ski-bums, cowboys, mountaineers and travelers alike are irresistibly drawn to the alchemy of this scenic beauty.
  • Yellowstone National Park: With its exquisite natural surroundings and abundance of outdoor activities, this place is a dream for wildlife lovers. There are breathtaking geysers and the bubbling Fountain Paint Pots sure to surprise and impress everyone who sees them.
  • Casper: For history lovers, Fort Casper Historical Grounds, a former confederate trading post, is a must. It has been beautifully restored and features live re-enactments. The National Historic Trails Center is another attraction that provides a wealth of information on pioneer trails and the difficulties that early settlers faced.
  • Thermopolis: As host to one of the world's biggest mineral hot springs and the Wyoming Dinosaur Center, this town offers plenty of relaxation and education. There are also a number of spas to keep travelers revitalized here.
  • Cheyenne: This city is the state's capital, and though it offers plenty of modern amenities, it definitely evokes a sense of the Old West too. During the Frontier Days Rodeo in July and the Frontier Days Old West Museum exhibits, visitors get a firsthand glimpse of life during those days gone by.
  • Grand Teton National Park: As home to the Rocky Mountain's Teton Range peaks, this natural wonder is a sight to behold. With awe-inspiring panoramas and alpine scenery, visitors are enchanted by the surroundings. Every outdoor enthusiast will no doubt find their bliss here.

You might be a little overwhelmed by all of the choices for the great outdoors in Wyoming. So here are a few suggestions to help you navigate your way. First off, Wyoming national parks are a big draw for travelers. As described above, Yellowstone Park in particular is a very popular sight to see and experience for locals and out-of-towners alike. During the winter months, skiing Wyoming's slopes lures many people from faraway places looking to "catch some powder."

No matter what attracts you to Wyoming, finding a vacation rental that suits your needs is a synch. Whether it is a wood-side cabin in the country or a condo in downtown Jackson, visitors can make themselves at home here in the Equality State since attractions cater to every age group and budget.