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Sparsely populated Wyoming offers unlimited opportunities to enjoy natural beauty and participate in year-round outdoor activities.
Yellowstone is the country’s first national park, established in 1872. Millions have visited to marvel at its geothermal features and wildlife. See the Old Faithful geyser shoot 130 feet (40 meters) into the air roughly every 90 minutes. Drive through the park to explore more of its 10,000 thermal features of mud pots, geysers, hot springs and fumaroles.
Look for the Yellowstone River’s colorful walls. Bring your camera or paintbrush and canvas to capture the red, yellow, pink and white stains from minerals dissolved and released from the rock by thermal activity. See the travertine terraces of crystallized limestone from the slowly bubbling Mammoth Hot Springs. Several elk and bison have made this protected area their home; watch them put on a show near the warm refuge.
Drive through Lamar Valley where more wildlife graze. The National Park Service has provided numerous convenient stopping points along the road to enable safe animal observation and photography.
South of Yellowstone is Grand Teton National Park. See its towering peaks reflected in the pools of the Snake River. Watch an early morning sunrise over Moulton Barn or spreading light down the mountain walls while elk and bison graze below.
Cheyenne, the state’s capital and largest city, offers authentic Old West attractions, ranging from rodeo to chuckwagon cooking. Attend the 10-day Frontier Days July festival to join the fun.
Jackson, the town, and Jackson Hole, the ski area, welcome visitors for winter skiing and year-round camping and hiking. Bike along the many trails through the 45-mile (72-kilometer) long park. Hike to waterfalls and to the foot of melting glaciers. Breathe in fresh pine scents. Be sure to heed bear warnings.
Visit Wyoming in September; many tourists are gone and cold weather usually holds off for a few weeks, providing a great window to enjoy the national parks with twinkling yellow aspen, active wildlife and no crowds.
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Jackson hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Jackson Town Square, Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, and Snow King Resort. National Elk Refuge and National Museum of Wildlife Art are also within 3 mi (5 km).
6 blocks from Jackson Town Square and 10 miles from Jackson Hole airport, this resort is adjacent to year-round Snow King Resort, which offers skiing, snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, and alpine golf.
Located near the slopes, this Teton Village hotel is in the mountains, 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and close to winter activities such as cross-country skiing and skiing lessons. Laurance Rockefeller Preserve is 2.8 mi (4.6 km) away.
The Cowboy Village Resort in Jackson is adjacent to a ski shuttle servicing Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Jackson's historic town square is 6 blocks away. Grand Teton National park is 14 miles away.
Located near the slopes, this Jackson motel is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, Jackson Town Square, and Center For The Arts. Teton County Fairgrounds and Jackson Hole Rodeo Grounds are also within 15 minutes.
Situated at the gateway to Grand Tetons National Park, this hotel is within walking distance of downtown Jackson and the town square and between the Snow King Ski Area and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Situated in Jackson, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, and Jackson Town Square. Snow King Resort is 1.9 mi (3 km) away.
Located in Grand Teton National Park, this resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Colter Bay Indian Arts Museum, Colter Bay Marina, and Colter Bay Visitor Center. Hermitage Point Trail and Leeks Marina are also within 2 mi (3 km).