Wyoming

Wyoming Travel Guide

The highlight of the rodeo season is always the Cody Stampede Rodeo, celebrating its 89th year.

While it’s typically less crowded than its neighbor, Yellowstone, Grand Teton is no less impressive. Keep a camera on hand for bear, moose, and bald eagle sightings, or stick to the scenery: nearly 310,000 acres of snowcapped crags, clear mountain lakes, and meadows dotted with wild flowers.

This husband-and-wife-owned operator that will have you soaking in a hot pool at the base of a 150-foot waterfall and observing the area’s wildlife (moose, black bears, bald eagles) up close—though not too close. Gentle llamas, indigenous to the region, carry all of your equipment.