"What is there not to love about Wyoming? From the scenic wonders of Yellowstone and Grand Teton, to the cowboys, ranches and classic saloons, we can't wait to take you show you the true spirit of the American West."

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Wyoming at a glance
From the geothermal wonderland of Yellowstone to the snowy mountains of Grand Teton, and the golden prairies dotted with bison, Wyoming is home to an abundance of natural treasures. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director and dive under the scenic surface of the Cowboy State into the land of ranches, rodeos, country dance halls and American frontier history.
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What to pack for Wyoming

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Whether you’re roaming the forests of Yellowstone or floating down Snake River, a pair of binoculars will help you spot Wyoming’s incredible bears, bison, moose and wolves.

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Star chart

Wyoming has some of the darkest skies in the world, especially Yellowstone National Park, and a star chart will help you pick out all the sparkling constellations.

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Hiking boots

Between the alpine forests of the Grand Teton and the scenic trails of Yellowstone, you’ll need a sturdy pair of shoes for your Wyoming adventures.

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Despite the blazing sunshine, Wyoming is known for its short, intense rainstorms in summer, so bring a waterproof jacket to stay warm and dry.

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Reusable water bottle

You’ll reach an elevation of around 8,000 feet on your Wyoming tour, so be sure to drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration and the effects of high altitude.

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