Wyoming Tourism & Visitor Guide
Welcome to Wyoming!
The peaks of the Grand Teton Range descend gradually into rolling foothills, then taper off into the wide-open plains of the eastern part of the state. This diverse geography is what makes the state a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, and a paradise for visitors and residents alike. In the Wyoming Rockies, the rugged landscape offers world class skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking, and kayaking through the Snake River Canyon. Trophy trout are regularly pulled from mountain streams and lakes, while big and small game hunting tours are popular throughout the state. The Wyoming Rockies are home to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, as well as the Jackson area with its famous Jackson Hole Valley. East Wyoming sees rock climbers tackle America's first National Monument, Devil's Tower. Cheyenne, the state capital is in the east, as is Buffalo, a city that sits at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains. Experience the state's Old West heritage throughout the state at museums in Casper and Cody, or join a fossil dig in the desert of Fossil Butte.