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Holidays to Wyoming

For an authentic taste of the Old West, head to Wyoming where you can follow in the footsteps of Buffalo Bill and Butch Cassidy, watch cowboys competing at rodeo, saddle up at a ranch (or the local saloon bar) and admire some of America’s finest and most remote natural landscapes, made up of vast plains, wild forests and majestic mountain ranges. This is the least populated state in the USA where it’s all about the great outdoors.

It's fitting then that Wyoming boasts America’s first National Monument as well as the largest portion of the country’s first National Park. The monument is Devil’s Tower, a spectacular flat-topped volcanic formation surrounded by stunning countryside which featured in the Spielberg film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The other is the world-famous Yellowstone National Park with its gushing geysers, bubbling mud pools and colourful hot springs.

Adjacent to Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park offers some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in Wyoming and between them, both parks combine to form the ultimate safari park, offering the chance to spot free-roaming bears, moose, buffalo, wolves, deer and more in their natural habitat. Also not to be missed are the Cowboy State’s old west towns with evocative names like Cody, Cheyenne, Buffalo and Laramie, straight out of a classic Western.

How to take in all this scenery and epic wilderness? Well, there’s a huge amount of choice. Wyoming boasts a number of breathtaking scenic byways and an even greater number of walking trails. You can join a horse-riding tour, watch the landscapes rush by from a river raft, or even get a bird’s eye view from a sheer cliff face whilst rock-climbing. But if you’d rather take it easy, you could also soak in a hot spring, sit fishing from a river bank, or how about a spot of golf? However you want to spend your holiday in Wyoming, you’ll find the views hard to forget. ​

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Watching Wildlife

Wyoming is home to an abundance of wildlife, particularly in the national parks, national forest and national wilderness areas. Moose, mule deer and elk are all plant eating animals and can be found anywhere that a substantial food source is available. Viewing these animals is as easy as hitting the road! Look out for grazing bison too as well as black and grizzly bears.


Walking or Wheeling

With two national parks, seven national forests, numerous state parks and more than 18 million acres of public land, hikers have plenty to do and see throughout the Cowboy State. Trails range in length from a few miles to a few days and all are worth packing your walking boots for. If you would prefer to explore by car, then you won’t be disappointed with the spectacular drives on offer. Beartooth and Mirror Lake Scenic Byways are amongst our favourites.


Wild West

Wyoming is the Cowboy State for a reason. There are lots of ways of experience the Old West here whether you want to stay on a working ranch, take in a rodeo show or visit one of Wyoming’s historic mining towns. Don’t miss the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody for a slice of history or Cheyenne’s annual Frontier Days Festival, featuring a wild horse race, a chuck wagon cook off, square dancing and the USA’s largest outdoor rodeo.


Winter

Wyoming truly is a year round destination and come the winter, resort towns like Jackson warm up for the season with some truly breathtaking piste just waiting to be skied. For something different, try cross-country skiing in Yellowstone or snowmobiling on the Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail System. For a truly magical winter experience, why not enjoy a tour by horse-drawn sleigh, available at locations across the state?


A Rich Casket of Wonders

Yellowstone may be known for its geothermal features but there are other treasures to be found underneath Wyoming’s wide landscapes. At Fossil Butte National Monument, you can see a portion of the largest deposit of freshwater fish fossils in the world. Rock hounds will love searching for the plentiful agate, quartzite and jasper deposits. History buffs can pan for gold and drive along Wyoming’s fascinating Historic Mining Trails in search of gold and uranium.

Our Top Hotels in Wyoming

Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone

Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone

3.5

West Yellowstone is your headquarters for the ultimate adventure! These self-catering cabins are located just minutes away from the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.

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Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa

Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa

4.5

Located just one mile from Grand Teton National Park, Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa welcomes families, couples and single guests with its classic mountain elegance and laid-back style.

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Spring Creek Ranch

Spring Creek Ranch

4

Spring Creek Ranch is located on a wildlife sanctuary almost 1,000 feet above the town of Jackson and has the most spectacular views of the Teton Mountain Range.

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Hotel Terra

Hotel Terra Jackson Hole

4.5

This is a Jackson Hole luxury hotel in the heart of Teton Village and at the base of the majestic Tetons. Just steps from some of the best skiing in North America.

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Best Western

Best Western Premier Ivy Inn & Suites

2.5

Discover this hotel in Cody, Wyoming offering high-speed Internet, a full service restaurant, smoke free establishment and an ideal location near Yellowstone National Park.

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Holiday Inn Cheyenne

Holiday Inn Cheyenne

4

This hotel is located in the heart of the Magic City of the Plains and only two miles from the enchanting downtown area. Cheyenne is also home to the world's largest outdoor rodeo.

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Fly Drive Holiday: National Parks, Geysers and Icons

Denver - Cheyenne - Rapid City - Deadwood - Buffalo - Cody - Yellowstone National Park - Jackson - Rock Springs - Denver

Take a scenic loop from Denver through the highlights of Real America on this 9 night fly drive holiday. Head to Wyoming’s state capital Cheyenne and then drive through the Black Hills and Custer State Park to Mount Rushmore and Rapid City. From here it’s on to Deadwood for an evening at the local saloon bar before making your way to historic Cody and epic Yellowstone National Park. Finish your fantastic holiday with stays in the famous resort town of Jackson and Rock Springs in lovely Sweetwater County.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Epic National Parks of Wyoming and Montana

Jackson - Thermopolis - Cody - Yellowstone National Park - Big Sky - Butte - Missoula - Whitefish - Glacier National Park

Discover the best of Big Sky country and the Cowboy State on this beautifully scenic drive through Montana and Wyoming, including visits to the big three National Parks: Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier. Your holiday starts in the mountain resort town of Jackson where you can pick up some designer outdoor wear before hitting the road and travelling through the hot springs of Thermopolis, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody and the Old West mining towns around Butte and Big Sky. Your fly drive ends in Whitefish with two full days to explore epic Glacier National Park before you drop off the car and take a flight back to the UK.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Real America

Rapid City - Deadwood - Bismarck - Medora - Billings - Yellowstone National Park - Jackson

Experience the Real America on this suggested fly drive through the Rocky Mountain states on this suggested fly drive itinerary taking in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse, the Old West town of Deadwood, Badlands National Park, the Enchanted Highway, Theodore Roosevelt National Park and more! Start in Rapid City, known as the gateway to the Black Hills and then head in a scenic loop through some of the region’s most jaw-dropping landscapes. Your holiday ends with two days to explore Yellowstone National Park and a night in the mountain resort of Jackson.
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Fly Drive Holiday: American Grandeurs

Denver – Steamboat Springs – Rock Springs – Jackson – Yellowstone National Park – Salt Lake City – Bryce Canyon National Park – Lake Powell/ Page – Mesa Verde National Park/ Cortez – Durango – Taos – Denver

Discover the grand American landscapes of the Rockies and the Colorado Plateau on this fly drive holiday of mountains, canyons, lakes and Western cities. Visit the world famous Yellowstone National Park, learn about Utah’s Mormon history in Salt Lake City, take in the awe-inspiring rock formations in Bryce Canyon National Park and Monument Valley, find out about ancient civilisations at Mesa Verde National Park and stay in authentic Western towns like Steamboat Springs and Durango. Your journey begins and ends in Denver, the Mile High City where you can find unique districts, relaxing green spaces and some of the United States’ best boutique beers.
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Yellowstone Lower Loop Self-Guided Tour from West Yellowstone  
Enjoy this self-guided tour of Yellowstone National Park, where you can see grizzlies, wolves, buffalo and elk! Departing from West Yellowstone, you will stop at the Grand Prismatic Spring, Old Faithful Geyser, Castle Geyser, Yellowstone Lake, Lehardy Rapids, Hayden Valley, Mud Volcano, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Norris Geysers and many more attractions. This informative guide will tell you about the history of Yellowstone as you enjoy the beautiful sights of the park at your own leisurely pace. From £30pp

Grand Teton National Park Tour from Jackson Hole 
Experience the tranquil landscapes of Grand Teton National Park on this easy day trip from Jackson. A must-see Wyoming treasure, this park offers one jaw-dropping vista after another, as you’ll see on your comfortable coach tour to Jenny Lake, Jackson Lake and the Snake River, as well as the Chapel of the Transfiguration and Menor's Ferry, both listed on the US National Register of Historic Places. Learn about the area’s history, geology and ecology from your guide and spot wildlife such as moose, eagles and beavers. From £92pp

Snake River Raft Trip
Enjoy a peaceful float down the Snake River. Not to worry - your guide does all the work. Simply relax and take in the beautiful scenery and wildlife views all around you. The Grand Tetons are the backdrop for your departure, so cameras and binoculars are welcome on all trips. You never know when wildlife will make an appearance. From £54pp

Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody
Calling all western fans! The fantastic Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody is home to five world class museums and a research library, all dedicated to western history and art, Native American heritage and the natural science of the Yellowstone region. From $17 per adult and $11 per child (payable locally).

Time Difference:
GMT - 7 hours

Closest Airport:
Jackson Hole Airport (approx. 15 hours in-direct flight), Denver International Airport (approx. 9 hours 45 mins direct flight).

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the natural beauty of Wyoming. Check out the great selection of dining options, outdoor activities and local excursions available. Care hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Make time during your Wyoming adventure to visit Thermopolis, a fascinating town where you can visit Jimbo the 106ft long Sauropod at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center in the morning and relax in natural hot springs and mineral pools during the afternoon.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov. You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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