The motto of Wyoming is “Roam Free.” In a wide-open state such as this, filled with towering mountain ranges, glacial lakes, dense forests and seemingly endless prairies, roaming is practically demanded of the visitor — exploration of the gorgeous natural resources found here calls in the national parks, rustic and laid-back towns, and the deeply rooted Western spirit.
It’s a great time to visit Wyoming: having just celebrated its 125th year of statehood, 2016 marks the centennial of the U.S. National Parks Service. And given that the country’s very first national park, Yellowstone, is located in the state — along with Grand Teton National Park, the first national monument, Devils Tower, and first national forest, Shoshone — roaming free is also a way to celebrate the wonders to be found here. There are many ways to explore Wyoming, so check out these ideas and get ready to dream and plan.
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