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Wyoming

Known as the "Cowboy State," the way of life in Wyoming is certainly true to that of the Old West. Cowboy hats, large buckles and farming are typical sights to be seen in the ninth largest state. The capital of Wyoming is Cheyenne, named after the Indians who first inhabited this land.

Popular attractions in the state include Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, located just outside the amazing mountain town of Jackson Hole?. Jackson, as locals refer to it, is also the home of the Snake River, one of the most beginner-friendly river runs in the entire country. It's a beautiful way for those new to the sport to get the hang of the way of the river.

In Yellowstone National Park, there are more geysers and hot springs than in the rest of the world combined! Geothermal wonders, such as Old Faithful, are evidence of one of the world's largest active volcanoes. Many exotic animals are a common sight in Yellowstone as well. There are many hikes, campgrounds and tourist friendly activities to provide fun for the whole family.

The jagged peaks of the Grand Teton Range make for strenuous hiking and biking trails. If fitness is not your thing, then just let your camera do the work! One of the most beautiful regions of the park to hike is around Jenny Lake. There is also a campground here, but be sure to get your spot quckly because it reaches maximum capacity in a short amount of time. If you climb up around the little lake, you will see amazing waterfalls, views and untouched natural beauty.

Yellowstone National Park

The state itself has lots to offer in terms of history, nature and the spirit of the Old West.

Ski Resorts

Jackson Hole Ski Resort?


 
 
 
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