Wyoming is a land of many unspoiled natural beauties. Expansive wilderness and diverse wildlife, significant landscapes, exciting parks, and beautiful waters are only a few of this paradise's attractions. No wonder nature lovers find the land a worthy vacation destination. If you've never been there, you're missing out. Hurry and make the state your next paradise to explore.
Why Visit Wyoming?
Many of the people who have ever visited Wyoming associate the state with outdoor beauty. Because of its low population, paradise is quite peaceful. However, even with its tranquil countryside, the state still boasts of lively city areas with great bars, several festivals, and outdoor rodeo. There's so much life in the state you can't ever be bored. Jackson Hole is the place to get the best of brews in the state. It's the best place to relax after a fun day of outside adventures.
While you're at it, you can also get a taste of the bison burger. It's one of the several things that make Wyoming a must visit. But by far, Wyoming's many outside fun activities is what makes the state a true paradise. The place is home to many miles of trails for day hikes, lakes for fishing, exciting parks, campgrounds, and many mesmerizing spots.
We've put together a comprehensive list of the most fun activities to do when you get there.
Climb Devils Tower
Devils Tower is famous for its role in the "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," a 1977 movie. This tower is an 867 feet tall premier national monument that makes a perfect spot for rock climbers, both beginners, and professionals. However, devils tower also offer a rich diversity of both plants and animals. It also features ponderosa pine forests that are abundant with white deer, porcupine, prairie dog, turkey, and mule deer.
Visit Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park
The Yellowstone national park, with all its attractions, is undoubtedly a paradise to all outdoor enthusiasts. This park is home to several hiking trails, forests, hot springs, and wildlife. It is therefore not surprising that over 2 million visitors visit this park every year. However, while there are many territories in this park that can the explored, the famous geyser known as old faithful is the number one spot that people love to explore. On average, this geyser erupts every 92 minutes and emits around 4000 to 8000 gallons of heated water into the air.
The height of the eruptions is about 145 feet. With its 1,100 miles of trails, you'll discover that the park is also great for local hiking.
Hike and Climb the Grand Teton
The Tetons are as much a landmark in Wyoming as old faithful in Yellowstone. Inside Grand Teton national park alone, over 300 types of birds, 60 species of mammals, and up to six different varieties of game fish take refuge. This park also features beautiful trails, many climbable mountains, and noisy cascading streams. In summer, wildflowers make the park bright and colorful.
Fly fishing in the North Platte
The North Platte is fertile ground when it comes to big trouts. There is speculation that there are more than 5,000 fish in the river per mile. The fact that one won't have to haul one's gear about is an added advantage as many outfitters will arrange a wonderful float trip on one's behalf. You might even get a riverside accommodation along with the trip.
Explore Wyoming's Newest National Monument
Fossil Butte National Monument protects a portion of the most significant freshwater fish fossils in the world. This monument has quite a remarkably rugged feature. Visitors are free to explore the region on two hiking trails. There, over 300 fossils are on display.
Check out Alcova's Vertical Beaches and Canyons
Located in central Wyoming, the summertime oasis, Alcova offers impressive beaches and canyon to explore. You would enjoy a cruise up the beautiful gorge situated at the southwest end of the oasis. You will also enjoy climbing up the dune and slicking down the bentonite hills. You can head over to the famous Oregon Trail landmark, independence rock, and enjoy yourself some more when you have had enough of the waters.
Sail on a Glacial Lake
Jenny Lake is known to be among the most spectacular places in North America and it’s not hard to see why. This large glacial lake filled with pristine water is situated at the base of Grand Teton. Thus, the lake creates a gorgeous reflection of the peaks. The lake also has a loop trail around itself, alongside several trails to excellent climbing routes. Plus, visitors are free to boat on the lake.
Travel to Wyoming to enjoy the views, tour the land and get closer to nature. You'll love the place so much that you won't want to leave. Don't forget to start your adventures with the ideas listed here and remember to take pictures. Happy experience!