Wyoming – Stops on the Way

Wyoming is Yellowstone Country, but there are many natural wonders outside of the Park. Take for instance the Tetons and the Red Desert south of Yellowstone. Find adventure, explore culture, and delve into regional history in Old West towns like Cheyenne and Sheridan east of Yellowstone. Or start your adventure on a road trip from Denver driving through Wyoming cowboys town such as Cheyenne and Laramie.

The trolley and a giant boot sculpture outside of The Wrangler Store in Cheyenne, Wyo. Photo by Jade Lang

Cheyenne, Wyoming - Old West Meets New West

Two hours north of the Denver Airport, get a cowboy's welcome at the place known for the world's largest rodeo, Old West museums, and huge painted boots scattered about town.

Signed whiskey barrels at Wyoming Whiskey. Photo by Rob Wood.

Kirby, WY | Wyoming Whiskey

Take a tour of the distillery and learn about producing the state’s first premium whiskey, using regional ingredients, through a select process that promotes Wyoming’s natural and human resources.

Lander, Wyoming Sculpture. Photo by Gloria Wadzinski

Lander, WY - An Old West Town

On your way to Yellowstone, be sure to visit Lander, Wyoming. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Wind River Mountains while hiking alone or with an outfitter, or strolling our historic Main Street.