Wyoming is a state of great scenic beauty. Grasslands, mountains, forests, deserts, rivers and lakes present tourists with some of the most breathtaking scenery. Panoramic mountain views, rushing trout streams and sky-scraping aspen, spruce and fir trees provide a stunning backdrop at Wyoming’s national parks, forests and monuments. Wyoming boasts of having America’s first national monument, Devils Tower, which is popular for its hiking and climbing expeditions. It is also home to the country’s first national forest, Shoshone National Forest, which is one of the largest forests in the country. Visitors will get to see the better part of Wyoming wildlife in these forests. Yellowstone National Park is the world’s first national park. It also happens to be America’s second largest. Even though the park is home to hundreds of species of birds, game fish and mammals it is most famous for its black and grizzly bears.
Every region of Wyoming has its own unique vegetation, wildlife, weather and geologic formations. From Old Faithful to Devils Tower, nature has sketched amazing landscapes and geo-thermal features for people to enjoy. Yellowstone National Park and Hot Springs State Park have many geo-thermal attractions. It offers a variety of out door tourist activities like float trip on the Snake River, herding cattle in the Big Horn Mountains, biking in the Snowy Range or climbing the Tetons...read more »