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Wyoming, el estado de EE. UU. con menor población, es uno de los más ricos de la nación en cuanto a naturaleza virgen. Aquí se encuentran dos de los parques nacionales más famosos del país: Yellowstone y Grand Teton . Estos destinos atraen a amantes de la naturaleza, turistas y aquellos que simplemente buscan un escape de la ciudad. No es raro ver increíbles animales salvajes como osos, bisontes, alces, coyotes y muchos más deambulando por las llanuras de este amplio y hermoso estado. Yellowstone cuenta con géiseres geotérmicos activos y coloridas aguas termales, de los cuales los más famosos son Old Faithful (Viejo fiel) y Grand Prismatic Spring (Gran fuente prismática), respectivamente.

La Grand Teton Mountain Range (cordillera Teton), ubicada en la porción noroeste del estado, tiene montañas excelentes para esquiar y recorrer. La cumbre más alta llega a 4200 metros. En el valle más abajo se encuentra la encantadora ciudad de Jackson Hole, un elegante lugar para descansar de esquiar y recorrer con una histórica atmósfera del "salvaje oeste".

Vida ganadera

Con los vastos paisajes, la ganadería es una parte importante de la cultura local. Ninguna visita a Wyoming está completa sin visitar un sencillo rancho para turistas para cumplir tus sueños de vaqueros. Vee Bar Guest Ranch, Gros Ventre River Ranch, The Hideout Lodge y Flat Creek Ranch son algunos de los más famosos, y todos ofrecen más actividades de las que tendrás tiempo para probar: andar a caballo, hacer fogatas bajo las estrellas, pescar con mosca, tubing en río, acampar, navegar en canoa y recorrer.

Wyoming en la pantalla grande

Wyoming ha sido el escenario natural para varias célebres películas, incluidas "Dances with Wolves" (Danza con lobos), "Brokeback Mountain" (Secreto en la montaña), "Django Unchained" (Django sin cadenas) y "The Hateful Eight" (Los 8 más odiados). El clásico de culto "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (Encuentros cercanos del tercer tipo) cuenta con la etérea cima del Devils Tower National Monument (Monumento nacional de la torre del Diablo). Recientemente, se animaron los paisajes de Wyoming en "The Good Dinosaur" (Un gran dinosaurio).


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Yellowstone National Park’s Lower Falls
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With vast spaces and wonderful wilderness to explore, Wyoming is the USA’s 10th largest state in land mass but the least populated with about 580,000 people.

Notorious outlaw Butch Cassidy
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Outlaw State: Supposedly Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid picked up their nicknames in Wyoming.

Image of the USA's first female governor, Nellie Tayloe Ross
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Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote in 1869, 51 years before the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and was the first state to have a woman governor, Nellie Tayloe Ross, in 1925.

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Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Yellowstone National Park

One of the most-visited national parks in the USA, Yellowstone offers incomparable beauty amid the rugged mountains, valleys, spectacular geysers and natural hot springs. Must-see sites include geothermal features – including Old Faithful – at Lower and Upper Geyser Basins, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and Lamar Valley for wildlife viewing. With nearly 9,000 square kilometers of protected wildlands, Yellowstone offers abundant outdoor recreation year-round.

Two crystalline images of the Grand Tetons

Grand Teton National Park

Backpacking, hiking, horseback riding, snow sports, paddling the Snake River and rock climbing are just a few of the activities available at spectacular Grand Teton National Park. Soak in the views of jagged mountain peaks, pretty lakes and historical sites along several scenic drives throughout the park.

Dramatic Devils Tower at night

Devils Tower National Monument

Jutting out of the earth is an awe-inspiring, 65-million-year-old rock formation considered a sacred site by Northern Plains Indians. Hike the Tower Trail and you’ll see prayer cloths placed there by local tribe members, but do not touch or photograph them. To learn about the unique geology, indigenous people and wildlife of the area, take a ranger-led park tour. The truly adventurous – and skilled – can try climbing its sheer vertical sides.

Historic Fort Laramie

Fort Laramie National Historic Site

Once a crucial trading point along the Oregon Trail and the largest military post in the region, Fort Laramie is a time capsule of the early pioneer era. Tour the 1834 military fort and fur-trading post to see 12 restored buildings, mingle with interpretive guides in period dress, hike the Old Iron Bridge and explore history on a scavenger hunt.

An expert rider at Cheyenne Frontier Days

Cheyenne Frontier Days

Since 1897, this week-long celebration of Wyoming’s frontier heritage offers a deep dive into American Western culture. Find a recreated frontier town, a substantial rodeo schedule, bull riding, an American Indian Village, concerts, a chuck wagon cook-off and plenty of family-friendly entertainment, including a parade and carnival.

National Elk Refuge

Take a sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge near Jackson, where more than 7,000 majestic elk –one of the largest herds in the world – spend the winter. Fall is elk-breeding season, which can result in dramatic displays and bull calls. Spring and summer are prime time for bird watching in the refuge.

Entrance to Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Encompassing five museums under one roof – Buffalo Bill Museum, Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Plains Indian Museum, Cody Firearms Museum and Draper Natural History Museum – this is the place to learn about the American West. The center and Cody, the city where it’s located, are named after folk hero William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody, a Wild West showman, buffalo hunter and U.S. Army scout.

A Wind River Country powwow

Wind River Country

Set in the expansive Wind River mountain range, Wind River Country is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes on the seventh-largest American Indian reservation in the USA. Throughout the region’s small towns, you’ll find heritage and cultural centers, historic districts, powwows and trading posts set against a gorgeous mountain backdrop.

Meandering through the Bighorn Mountains

Bighorn Mountains

Scenic highways and overlooks await visitors who travel through this range that leads to Yellowstone. Explore forests, take in the wildlife, visit cultural centers, see a rodeo or enjoy a music festival as you marvel at the wilderness, deserts and craggy peaks found here.

Inspiration at the National Historic Trails Center

National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

This center in Casper traces the incredible journeys of the half-million pioneers who passed through Wyoming on their westward progression via the California, Oregon, Mormon and Pony Express trails. It’s a must-see for history buffs, and admission is always free.

Sitio de turismo oficial de Wyoming

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