Some say Wyoming is the place where “the Wild West comes alive.” It certainly is one of the US’ most sparsely populated states and comes complete with rugged, wide-open spaces, cowboy towns, ranches, rodeos, and tribal tales to boot. So, if you’ve been inspired to visit Wyoming, get ready to take notes because here are the 16 top-rated tourist attractions in Wyoming.
The 16 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions In Wyoming
1. Yellowstone National Park
This is the planet’s first and oldest national park. Well-known for its numerous impressive peaks and geothermal features, Yellowstone was established in 1872. It’s primarily located in the northwestern section of Wyoming but also crosses into Montana and Idaho.
Highlights here include the Old Faithful geyser, Yellowstone Lake, and the lovely Lower Falls. It also includes forests, peaks, valleys, and meadows where you may spot antelope, bald eagles, bears, bighorn sheep, bison, coyotes, deer, elk, moose, swans, and wolves. Most tourists travel here in the summer.
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