Wyoming is home to Yellowstone National Park, Flaming Gorge, Grand Teton National Park and other natural wonders.
The state is full of rodeos, ranches, and cowboy towns. The wildlife is in abundance hosting moose, elk, black bear, bison, wolves and grizzlies.
Elevation is from 3,099 feet above sea level at Belle Fourche River to 13,804 feet above sea level at Gannett Peak
Climate is semi-arid resulting in a dry, windy state with warm summers and cold winters
Home to 12 state parks, 2 national parks and 5 national forests
Wilderness areas are open for outdoor adventures including hunting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking.