There is nothing you can’t do in Wyoming. You want to get wet n’ wild white water rafting? Check. Or maybe you’re afraid of water but thrive on a high elevation hike? Yes, we have that too. Wyoming’s variety of terrain, elevation and water lend itself to your favorite outdoor activities. Experiencing Wyoming’s outdoors means fresh air, bluebird days and starry nights — the perfect backdrop for the ideal Wyoming getaway. Nature awaits at places like Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Devils Tower National Monument and Bighorn National Forest.
With so many amazing things to do and places to go, it’s hard to cram it into just a few days. Horseback riding, hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife watching are just a few of the ways you can begin to explore Wyoming’s natural lands. Are you an expert winter enthusiast or a bunny hill beginner? It doesn’t matter, the cowboy state has you covered…in piles of powder. Whether your winter ego begs for steep slopes, immense powder-filled meadows or a secluded cabin complete with a warm romantic fire, Wyoming won’t disappoint.