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Things to do in Wyoming
Cheyenne - explore the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site
Learn about some of the notorious outlaws from Wyoming’s past at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site in Cheyenne. See the conditions they lived in once captured. It was here that Butch Cassidy was held captive for 18 months, and you can look in to his cell, as well as the warden’s house, together with the building where the inmates made brooms to pass their time.
Cheyenne - find the 19 big cowboy boots
For one of the most unusual tours you will ever go on take a trip around Cheyenne and see if you can find all of the 8 foot tall cowboy boots that have been decorated by local artists, that depict excerpts from Cheyenne’s and Wyoming’s history. There are 19 of them dotted around the city. There is also a cellphone audio tour available, to help you find them all.
Cody - experience a Hidden Treasure Eco Tour
Just outside of Cody you will find Hidden Treasure Charters & Wyoming Eco Tours. They provide short trips on boats through the narrow gorges of the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area between the months of May and September. Here you can see a diverse and abundant wildlife, especially the local birdlife including eagles and peregrine falcons, as well as some spectacular landscapes whilst relaxing in the comfort of the modern craft.
Jackson - go camping in Grand Teton National Park
Take the family for a day out or go camping in Grand Teton National Park where you can enjoy a leisurely drive along the trails in the park, or maybe try some of the many climbing routes that the park is renowned for. Keep an eye out for the local wild wildlife, if you are lucky you might even spot a bear or a wolf.
Jackson - learn and experience the art of fly fishing
The natural landscape around Jackson lends itself to all kinds of wildlife tours, it is fishing that the area is particularly noted for. Here you can fly fish for the challenging cut throat trout whose home is found in the Snake River. There are some spectacular fish to be caught in the river especially around April and mid May, just after the winter season. No matter if you are a beginner, local guides will show you how to fly fish and the best places to practice this sporting art.
Rock Springs - go and see the wildlife at Killpecker Sand Dunes
Located around Rock Springs the Killpecker Sand Dunes are the world’s second largest active sand dune area and are constantly changing. The area is a great place to come and see varying wildlife including Elk and Moose who use Steamboat Mountain as a breeding and birthing area. Some of the dunes area is available for use by all terrain vehicles, during certain timesof the year but normally, most of the dunes are closed to motorised vehicles.
Sheridan - saddle up to the Don King Museum
Don King made his first saddle in 1946 and has been making and collecting them, along with other cowboy memorabilia ever since. His father and grandfather have also been collecting memorabilia and their museum has hundreds of saddles, guns and Indian artefacts as well perfectly restored coaches and wagons from the period known as the Wild West. Everyone will enjoy a walk around the museum especially those who have a cowboy hidden inside of them.
Sheridan - visit the Trail End State Historic Site
The largest historic house museum in the state, the Trail End State Historic Site is a perfectly restored early 20th century Flemish style building. The house contains many original items that the owning Kendrick family have donated to the museum for authenticity and the enjoyment of visitors. It also has exhibits showing the way life was like for a Wyoming rancher back in the 1930’s.
Teton Village - ride the Aerial Tram
The Teton range of mountains make up a large part of the National Park in the area, with the highest point being Rendezvous Mountain at over 10,000 feet. To get here take the Aerial Tram that goes from Teton Village to the summit. Each of the cars can hold up to 100 people and offers the best possible views of the area. For adrenaline junkies take a tandem paragliding flight back to the village.
Teton Village - take a hike to view Granite Canyon
Formed by a glacier during the last ice age, Granite Canyon outside of Teton Village offers great opportunities for hiking up the sides and across the mountain, which offers spectacular views of the district. Some of the hiking can be strenuous due to the steep nature of the slopes and some of the trails are long, some being 11 miles. The effort is well worth it but come prepared.
Introduction of Wyoming
Wyoming is a state in the USA towards the west of the country. Much of the famous Yellowstone National Park is in Wyoming, and there are smaller national parks located here as well. The state capital is Cheyenne, and has some of the best and most luxurious of the hotels in Wyoming. Many global chains are represented there, as many businessmen come to the city and need to make use of their facilities. After Cheyenne, Yellowstone National Park has some of the best Wyoming hotels, mostly bed and breakfasts on the outskirts, with a cosy atmosphere and delicious food cooked fresh on demand. There are also plenty of rental cabins and camp sites for the outdoor adventurer. The state has an large variety of Wyoming hotels, from budget traveller motels on the highways, to luxury resort hotels in the big cities, family run guesthouses to self catered apartments, all of which are close to some fantastic attractions.