Wyoming, the Beauty of Cowboy Land
Wyoming State or known as Cowboy State is located on the western area of United States. This state is mostly surrounded by mount region; the Rocky Mountains cover the west side of this country while The High Plains covers the east side. This cowboy land is blessed with numerous awe places and various cultural heritages. You will find both, natural and cultural tourist attractions in this place. If you would like to know more about this country cultural wealth, you may visit American Heritage Center, Campbell County Rockpile Museum, Carbon County Museum, Central Wyoming Fair & PRCA Rodep, Cheyenne Depot Museum, and Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Besides visiting those places, you may also come and enjoy rodeos events which frequently held in this country. The following are some rodeos events that you are recommended for you 85th Sheridian Wyo Rodeo, Eagle Spirit Dancers Traditional Native American Indian Dancing, 22nd Annual International Climbers’ Festival, Cody Nite Rodeo, Wild West Wednesday and many more rodeos events and cultural events that you may enjoy in this cowboy land. This least populous and density place is adorned with much breathtaking natural scenery. The following are some awe places that you have to visit while you are in Wyoming.
Yellowstone National Park is one of tourist attraction in this country; wildlife and geothermal features are the attractions of this place. Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and Old Faithful Geyser are the special spots in this national park. Around 10 miles from this Yellowstone National Park, you will find Grand Teton National Park. This national park covers around 130,000 ha which is included the northern section of Jackson Valley. This park has numerous lakes with picturesque views; Jackson Lake is one of the most famous lakes in this park.
For recreation area, you may choose one of these outstanding spots; Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and Flaming George National Recreation Area. There are several places that you are recommended to visit in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area such as Bighorn Canyon in the north district, you are supposed to visit this area on the winter. The snowfall in this canyon makes it much more beautiful. You may enjoy your adventure on wildlife horses in the Pryor Mountains along the Wyoming- Montana border. Don’t forget to take your time in awe Bighorn Lake in the south district and Afterbay Lake which is located under Yellowtail Dam. If you need more beautiful places with breathtaking scenery, you may need to visit Wind River Canyon, Thunder Basin National Grassland and Seedskadee national Wildlife Refuge. Those places will surely mesmerize your eyes.
If you want to visit historical places in Wyoming, you can come to Devils Tower National Monument, Fossil Butte National Monument and others national historic trails and sites such as California Historic Trails, Independence Rock, Fort Laramie National Historic Site and many more historic places to come. This cowboy country can be a perfect destination for you who fond of natural beauty places and adventures. Wyoming is worth to visit, you are definitely recommended to visit this place.