Wyoming Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Yellowstone National Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 173 Reviews

The vast Yellowstone National Park, stretching over portions of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, was the first U.S. National Park when it was established in ...  Read more

Grand Teton National Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 155 Reviews

Grand Teton National Park protects the jagged, snowcapped peaks of Wyoming’s Teton Range along with glacial lakes, dense forests, 200 miles (322 kilometers) ...  Read more

Jackson Hole Aerial Tram

Since 1966, the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram has been whisking guests and locals of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort 4,139 vertical feet (1,262 meters) in 15 minutes ...  Read more

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Known for its "steep and deep" terrain (Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is home to some of the most advanced in-bounds terrain in the country) and annual ...  Read more

National Elk Refuge

Part of the National Wildlife Refuge System, the National Elk Refuge is more than just a winter habitat for Jackson Elk Herd—it’s a habitat for many different ...  Read more

Firehole River

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 97 Reviews

Like many other places in Yellowstone, the Firehole River is a scenic spot that lives up to its dramatic name. As it meanders north for 21 miles (34 ...  Read more

Snake River

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 51 Reviews

Stretching 1,080 miles (1,735 kilometers) from Yellowstone National Park to the Oregon border, the Snake River is one of North America’s longest rivers. It ...  Read more

Black Sand Basin

Black Sand Basin is a section of the Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. Though small, it is packed with exceptional thermal features like ...  Read more

Castle Geyser

In 1870, when members of the Washburn Expedition happened upon this Yellowstone geyser, they noted that the shape and structure of the crater resembled a ...  Read more

Chapel of the Transfiguration

Western Wyoming, with its windswept plains, jagged mountains, and refreshing, airy solitude, exudes a classical romance that’s lost on the developed, urban ...  Read more

Colter Bay Visitor Center and Indian Arts Museum

Nearly all visitors to Grand Teton National Park will stop at the Colter Bay Visitor Center, whether to pick up supplies, get trail information, or permits for ...  Read more

Fountain Paint Pot

While the wildlife, geysers, and mountainous landscape are reasons enough to visit Yellowstone, it’s the hypnotic coloring of the hot springs and ground that ...  Read more

Grand Loop Road

A drive along Yellowstone National Park’s 142-mile long (228 kilometer) Grand Loop Road takes you past most of the park’s major attractions. Cruise along the ...  Read more

Grand Prismatic Spring

Grand Prismatic Spring is not only the largest hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, but one of the largest in all of North America. More than its size ...  Read more

Grand Targhee Ski Resort

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 ...  Read more

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