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Resting in the heart of America’s Mountain West, Wyoming is packed full of awe-inspiring sights. From striking mountain peaks that soar into the sky, to hot springs that seep far beneath the earth’s surface, it’s a landscape of extremes. With a cowboy culture to rival Texas, ski slopes that compete with Colorado and a star-studded ‘big sky’ that surpasses any state, a Wyoming holiday is sure to impress.

Although Wyoming is bursting with natural beauty and breath-taking scenery, it’s Yellowstone National Park that’s really put it on the map. People from across the globe travel to see the psychedelic colours of Grand Prismatic Spring and the smoking geysers that shoot jets of steaming water into the air. Head to the glacial waters of Yellowstone Lake to catch a guided boat tour, or to get your wildlife-watching fix, why not look for wolves over at Lamar Valley? If that’s not enough, you can make your way to Grand Teton Nation Park to see some more incredible creatures. Hike through the spectacular grounds for a chance of spotting thick-furred, lumbering bison, or nimble-footed pronghorn as they leap through the grassy meadows.

For a change of scene, a visit to the charming capital city of Cheyenne will make a fantastic addition to your Wyoming holiday. Wander past the impressive State Capitol building, or explore the various plants, budding flowers and butterflies at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens. Or, if you’d rather dive into some Western history, drive up to Casper and spend some time at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Centre. Take in the fascinating film presentations and exhibitions, before kicking-back with a pint in a local brewery, or sipping on a cocktail at one of the city’s cosy distilleries.

Whether you want to tick off world-famous scenic spots, or see the sights of the city, we’ll help you create your perfect itinerary. Speak to our Travel Specialists to find out more and see just how amazing a Wyoming holiday can be.

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Things to do in Wyoming

Wyoming holidays are all about exploring awesome natural beauty. And Yellowstone National Park is the place to do just that. It’s home to a range of exciting geological phenomena, from booming geysers that shoot water into the sky, to bubbling hot springs that stretch deep into the earth. The park’s most popular spot is the Grand Prismatic Spring. You can catch the bright, rainbow colours of the spring in all their glory from the viewing tower, or get close to the steaming water by walking along the basin pathway.

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Another highlight of Wyoming is the capital city, Cheyenne. You can get about by using the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley, or wander through the charming districts at your own pace, looking out for the locally-designed Big Boot sculptures as you go. If you’re eager to see some historical sights, make your way to Wyoming State Capitol to see the stark, granite walls and copper-tarnished dome roof of the government building.

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Looking for some time in nature? Then Grand Teton National Park is the perfect addition to your Wyoming itinerary. Packed full of mountains, lakes, canyons and waterfalls, the list of things to do here is endless. Spend the day cycling alongside impressive peaks, or head to the sprawling waters of Spring Lake for paddle-boarding in a secluded spot. If hiking’s more your thing, you can make your way up to the viewpoint at Hidden Falls, or challenge yourself to the steep ascent along Death Canyon Trail.

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Keen rock-climbers will want to check out Sinks Canyon State Park. Sitting at the base of the Wind River Mountains, you can take your pick from a number of routes across the sandstone, granite and limestone cliff faces. Or, for a totally unique climbing experience, head over to Devils Tower National Monument. This 1,267-foot-tall butte is surrounded by rolling prairieland and features thick, crack-adorned columns, catering to beginners and experts alike.  

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History & culture

When it comes to history and culture, Wyoming has more to offer than you might expect. The Buffalo Bill Centre of the West offers a day of fun for all the family. The site’s museum is where you can discover stories of Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley, or see the display of Native American artefacts dating back to the early 1800s. You can even catch one of the centre’s regularly-scheduled events to see everything from birds of prey displays, to Dutch-oven cooking workshops.

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Over in Wyoming’s capital city, Cheyenne Frontier Days is an unforgettable experience. Well-loved by both locals and visitors, it’s a feast of races, bronco contests, parades and rodeo performances. During the day you can spend some time at the street carnival, testing your nerve on fair rides and sampling delicious food from quality vendors. And, in the evening, why not enjoy a rock or country concert at one of the city’s iconic venues?

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Best time to go to Wyoming

There’s no bad time to visit Wyoming. With plenty going on in every season, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to picking your departure date. If you’re set on seeing Yellowstone, a holiday in July or August is your best bet. The warm, sunny weather is ideal for getting outdoors and all the roads and facilities are open to help you explore in comfort. When it comes to wildlife, late summer to early autumn is the most-promising option. Catch sightings of wolf packs in Yellowstone, or spot bison, bears and pronghorn in Grand Teton Nation Park.

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A visit in winter also has its perks, with the city of Jackson being a must-visit during this season. As well as sparkling Christmas lights and New Year’s fireworks, it also has easy access to some incredible ski resorts. Spend your day flying down the snowy slopes, or ride the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram for incredible mountain views that stretch for miles.

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Things to do

Things to do in Wyoming

Wyoming holidays are all about exploring awesome natural beauty. And Yellowstone National Park is the place to do just that. It’s home to a range of exciting geological phenomena, from booming geysers that shoot water into the sky, to bubbling hot springs that stretch deep into the earth. The park’s most popular spot is the Grand Prismatic Spring. You can catch the bright, rainbow colours of the spring in all their glory from the viewing tower, or get close to the steaming water by walking along the basin pathway.

Show More
Show Less

Another highlight of Wyoming is the capital city, Cheyenne. You can get about by using the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley, or wander through the charming districts at your own pace, looking out for the locally-designed Big Boot sculptures as you go. If you’re eager to see some historical sights, make your way to Wyoming State Capitol to see the stark, granite walls and copper-tarnished dome roof of the government building.

Show More
Show Less

Nature

Nature

Looking for some time in nature? Then Grand Teton National Park is the perfect addition to your Wyoming itinerary. Packed full of mountains, lakes, canyons and waterfalls, the list of things to do here is endless. Spend the day cycling alongside impressive peaks, or head to the sprawling waters of Spring Lake for paddle-boarding in a secluded spot. If hiking’s more your thing, you can make your way up to the viewpoint at Hidden Falls, or challenge yourself to the steep ascent along Death Canyon Trail.

Show More
Show Less

Keen rock-climbers will want to check out Sinks Canyon State Park. Sitting at the base of the Wind River Mountains, you can take your pick from a number of routes across the sandstone, granite and limestone cliff faces. Or, for a totally unique climbing experience, head over to Devils Tower National Monument. This 1,267-foot-tall butte is surrounded by rolling prairieland and features thick, crack-adorned columns, catering to beginners and experts alike.  

Show More
Show Less

History and culture

History & culture

When it comes to history and culture, Wyoming has more to offer than you might expect. The Buffalo Bill Centre of the West offers a day of fun for all the family. The site’s museum is where you can discover stories of Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley, or see the display of Native American artefacts dating back to the early 1800s. You can even catch one of the centre’s regularly-scheduled events to see everything from birds of prey displays, to Dutch-oven cooking workshops.

Show More
Show Less

Over in Wyoming’s capital city, Cheyenne Frontier Days is an unforgettable experience. Well-loved by both locals and visitors, it’s a feast of races, bronco contests, parades and rodeo performances. During the day you can spend some time at the street carnival, testing your nerve on fair rides and sampling delicious food from quality vendors. And, in the evening, why not enjoy a rock or country concert at one of the city’s iconic venues?

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to go to Wyoming

There’s no bad time to visit Wyoming. With plenty going on in every season, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to picking your departure date. If you’re set on seeing Yellowstone, a holiday in July or August is your best bet. The warm, sunny weather is ideal for getting outdoors and all the roads and facilities are open to help you explore in comfort. When it comes to wildlife, late summer to early autumn is the most-promising option. Catch sightings of wolf packs in Yellowstone, or spot bison, bears and pronghorn in Grand Teton Nation Park.

Show More
Show Less

A visit in winter also has its perks, with the city of Jackson being a must-visit during this season. As well as sparkling Christmas lights and New Year’s fireworks, it also has easy access to some incredible ski resorts. Spend your day flying down the snowy slopes, or ride the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram for incredible mountain views that stretch for miles.

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