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.

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.

Kari Kilmer, Manager of Vee Bar Guest Ranch in Laramie, Wyo.

Laramie's Legacy

150 years ago, a Laramie resident became the first female to vote. Learn about her legacy, stay at a guest ranch and eat the best cinnamon roll ever.

Rebecca Walsh, Owner of Basecamp outdoor store in Laramie, Wyo.

Locals in Laramie

On your way to or from Rocky Mountain National Park or Yellowstone, stop in the Laramie area to stretch your legs. Three enterprising locals share tips on where to go in Laramie and what to do.

Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming

The Other Black Hills in Sundance

Looking to see Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Devils Tower National Monument without the crowded South Dakota summer experience? Head to Sundance.