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Wyoming is the 10th largest state by area and the smallest by population. Cheyenne the state capital is also its largest and most populous city. Montana, South Dakota Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, and Idaho are its neighboring states.
Situated in the western part of US, Wyoming has mountain ranges and prairie lands as a large part of its terrain. Wyomingâ€™s natural world is by itself the greatest reason to visit the state. However, the fascinating historic background of the native peoples has contributed to the innumerable historic sites across Wyoming. Devilâ€™s Tower National Monument, Fort Caspar Museum, Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site and Buffalo Bill Historical Center are some of the noted destinations of the past.
Two of the most splendid National Parks in the country, the-one-of-its-kind Yellowstone National Park and the magnificent Grand Teton National Park, are part of Wyoming, which along with the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, offer brilliant vacationing experiences for the entire family. The Dragon's Mouth, Mud Volcano and Yellowstone Lake are some of the beautiful destinations within Yellowstone National Park. Additionally the over 10 state parks, 5 major rivers and the numerous lakes make outdoors a sheer pleasure. Winters draw tourists to the world class skiing resorts.
Driving through the 10 Scenic Byways and 4 Scenic Backways is one of the exciting ways to discover this magical land. Close encounters with wildlife and the unbelievable scenic beauty ensures that every visitor yearns for more of Wyoming.