Winter in Wyoming
Wyoming is the least populous state in the country, but has some of the most outdoor offerings around. Two-thirds of this beautiful state are covered by the Rocky Mountains, with the remaining third covered in High Plains. A nature lover’s dream, Wyoming is also home to two major National Parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton, as well as world-class skiing and hiking destinations.
Nature dominates in Wyoming, where the Great Plains meet the epic Rocky Mountains. Throughout the state you’ll find countless ways to experience the great outdoors, such as natural hot springs, scenic overlooks, world-class skiing and so much more. Also notable is Wyoming’s storied role in the mass westward migrations of the 19th century, the Old West aesthetic that accompanied that era and the cowboy lifestyle that persists throughout the state. Put all together, Wyoming offers a nature, beauty and history-filled itinerary that you won’t want to miss!