The stunning landscape of Grand Teton National Park

Welcome to the Windy State

Vast expanses of open land, natural beauty, rich history… What’s not to love about Wyoming?

Well, it can get quite gusty – there’s a reason why you might know it as “the windy state”.

Other than that, Wyoming is a truly fascinating state with a unique blend of natural beauty, history, and industry. Combined, this makes for a great state to visit. Whether you’re into outdoor recreation, history or simply stunning landscapes, Wyoming is the place to go.

Popular Cities in Wyoming

  • Cheyenne – The capital of Wyoming and also the state’s largest city. It is home to a number of important historical landmarks, including the Wyoming State Capitol and the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum.

National Parks

Wyoming is home to two national parks, which can hardly be surpassed in terms of natural beauty and biological diversity. Among other things, the state is home to the world-famous Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the United States and widely considered to be one of the most beautiful and unique natural areas in the world.

Then there is the Grand Teton Mountain Range, which should be a delight for hikers in particular.

More Things to See and Do in Wyoming

Neighboring States