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Wyoming is a state in the Western United States, located in the mountain region. Its western two thirds encompass the mountain ranges and rangelands in the foothills of the eastern Rocky Mountains. The eastern third on the other hand encompasses the High Plains. The state capital and largest city of Wyoming is Cheyenne. The state experiences a semi-arid and continental climate, and is drier and windier compared to most of the United States.

What to see & do

The national parks and monuments in Wyoming are the top tourist attractions within the state. Among the most prominent are the Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Devils Tower National Monument, the Independence Rock, and Fossil Butte National Monument. Yellowstone National Park is the first national park in the world, and receives approximately three million visitors every year. The state capital, Cheyenne, is home to the annual Frontier Days, one of the largest rodeos in North America. Situated at the base of the Big Horn Mountains, the city of Buffalo is the ideal base for exploring the region, and is home to many historic buildings. To visit the museums and galleries, go to Casper, Wyoming’s second largest city. It has the state’s largest concentration of museums and art galleries. Other points of interest within Wyoming also include the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Black Hills National Forest, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, and the many byways and backways.

How to get around within Wyoming

Wyoming’s main mode of transportation is going by car. With three interstate highways and no passenger train service; car travel is a fairly common transportation option. With interstates 80, 25, and 90, it is possible to travel from east to west via the transcontinental railroad path; north to south from the Colorado border towards the south of Cheyenne and north of Buffalo; and from the South Dakota border in the west, to Sheridan and then north towards the border of Montana, respectively. Please be advised that travelling between the towns and cities of Wyoming can provide a very interesting and slightly intimidating road trip. Ensure that the car is well-maintained and with a full tank, since some parts of the states are so vast that it would take a while of travelling before being able to see another town, city, and person. It is also best to take water among other necessities when embarking on a long journey.

How to get there

The busiest airport in the U.S. state of Wyoming is Jackson Hole Airport, located seven miles or 11 kilometres north of Jackson in the Teton County. The airport has nonstop airline service between 13 destinations in the United States including Dallas/Fort Worth, Atlanta, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York-JFK, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Seattle/Tacoma, Chicago-O’Hare, Denver, Houston-Intercontinental, Newark, Washington-Dulles, and San Francisco. The airport is served by American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, United Airlines, and United Express. The other commercial airports serving the state includes Casper/Natrona County International Airport, Cheyenne Regional Airport, Yellowstone Regional Airport, Gillette-Campbell County Airport, Laramie Regional Airport, Riverton Regional Airport, Rock Springs-Sweetwater County Airport, and Sheridan County Airport. Wyoming, together with South Dakota, is one of the only two states in the 48 contiguous states that are not served by Amtrak.

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