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Several Native American groups originally inhabited the region now known as Wyoming. The Crow, Arapaho, Lakota, and Shoshone were but a few of the original inhabitants encountered when white explorers first entered the region. What is now southwestern Wyoming became a part of the Spanish Empire and later Mexican territory of Alta California

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» Grand Targhee Ski Resort

Grand Targhee Ski Resort, Wyoming

Nestled on the west side of the famous Teton Range, the Grand Targhee Ski Resort is arguably one of the most popular yet tranquil resorts in the country. The resort's name is a direct reference to both the 13,000 feet high Grand Teton Summit and to Chief Targhee, which was the great head chief of the Bannock people who lived in the region in the 1860s. The resort consists of two mountains: Fred Mountain and Peaked Mountain, totaling 2,400 acres …

» Grand Teton National Park

Grand Targhee Ski Resort, Wyoming

A park that was actually established twice (the original 1929 park was formed to protect the mountain peaks and the lakes near the base; much of the adjacent valley floor was included in the boundaries established in 1950), Grand Teton Park encompasses approximately 310,000 acres of land including all 40 miles of the Teton Range and sections of the Jackson Hole Valley. Located only 10 miles south of Yellowstone National Park …

» Jackson Town Square

Jackson Town Square, Wyoming

The heart of the town of Jackson, WY, Jackson Town Square (which is technically named George Washington Memorial Park) epitomizes the town of Jackson itself. A blend of 19th century log cabins next to modern western architecture, high-end boutiques next to western supply stores, it displays the unique blend of the people that call it home. The bulk of Jackson's shops, restaurants and bars are located around Town Square, making it a shopper's delight …

» National Elk Refuge

National Elk Refuge, Wyoming

A park that was actually established twice (the original 1929 park was formed to protect the mountain peaks and the lakes near the base; much of the adjacent valley floor was included in the boundaries established in 1950), Grand Teton Park encompasses approximately 310,000 acres of land including all 40 miles of the Teton Range and sections of the Jackson Hole Valley. Located only 10 miles south of Yellowstone National Park …

» National Museum of Wildlife Art

National Museum of Wildlife Art , Wyoming

Nestled into the cliffs as if it simply grew there, the National Museum of Wildlife Art is 51,000 square feet of space dedicated to wildlife art. With works dating from 2500 BC to the present, the collection chronicles the history of wildlife through art. As photography is a relatively new invention, this art collection allows us to get a glimpse of wildlife - and life - in a bygone era. Though there is a definite focus on American and European art, the collection includes pieces from around the world, including New Zealand and Africa …

» Snake River

Snake River, Wyoming

Rising in the mountains of the Continental Divide near Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park, Snake River is one of the longer rivers in North America and was created by a volcanic hotspot which today sits under bubbling Yellowstone. Once known as the Lewis River, the name Snake River actually comes from a mix-up: Early pioneers misunderstood the Shoshone peoples' hand signal for fish and thought they were signifying snakes …

» Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Located primarily in Wyoming, though parts of it extend into Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone is considered the first National Park in the world. Established by an act of Congress and then President Ulysses S. Grant in 1872, Yellowstone is famous for its wildlife and geothermal activity - most notably, the geyser known as 'Old Faithful.' Note: bison hurt more people in the park than bears do, so make sure to keep a safe and respectful distance from all wildlife …


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Wyoming Tours & Travel

Wyoming is famous for skiing, wildlife (of both the human and animal variety) and spectacular vistas-not necessarily in that order. A major gateway to Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and the National Elk Refuge, Jackson is a popular summer destination for wildlife watching and adventure sports like mountain biking and rafting. In the winter, the attention turns to skiing with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and two other resorts in the near vicinity …

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Wyoming is a state in the Western United States. The western two thirds of the state is mostly covered by the mountain ranges and rangelands in the foothills of the Eastern Rocky Mountains, while the eastern third of the state is high elevation prairie known as the High Plains. While the tenth largest U.S. state by area, Wyoming is the least populous …

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