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Wyoming — Home to the world's first national park (Yellowstone) and the US's first national monument (Devil's Tower), Wyoming is teeming with activity, despite being the nation's least populous state (it has a population of only 520,000, compared to the 36.6 million of California, the most inhabited state). Backcountry skiing, hiking, mountain climbing, and white river rafting, against a backdrop of stunning natural vistas, draw adventure seekers of all ages. Historic trails, military outposts, and dude ranches give a glimpse into Wyoming's Western frontier roots, while open-to-the-public summer powwows – complete with ceremonial dances and colorful tribal garb – celebrate its Native American heritage. City slickers (and celebs) looking to unwind flock to the luxury wilderness getaways of Jackson Hole.

Why Go

For the beautiful outdoors, the fauna and flora, the rustic but sophisticated serenity, and wild-game gourmet cuisine.

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Celebrate the National Park Service's Birthday with Free Admission

August 15, 2014 by Will McGough

The National Park Service, which turns 98 this August 25, will be celebrating by waiving admission to its parks across the country on its birthday. Tagged as “ ... Read More »


14 End-of-Season Ski Deals That Can't Be Beat

February 19, 2014 by Will McGough

Skiing can be glamorous and exciting, and unfortunately, expensive. But as the season wears on, discounts start to pop up for both lodging and lift tickets. ... Read More »


Snow King Resort: A More Affordable Wyoming

January 24, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Although it often plays second fiddle to its more famous neighbor, Jackson Hole, Snow King Mountain ski resort stands out all on its own. Besides being the first ... Read More »


14 Valentine's Day Getaways for Romance and Savings

January 23, 2014 by Alex Schechter

If taking a romantic getaway was your 2014 resolution, then you have lots to look forward to next month. Hotels far and wide are putting together some nifty ... Read More »


The Best Deals for Ski Season 2013-14

November 07, 2013 by Blane Bachelor

Time to dust off the skis and snowboards: the 2013-14 ski season is already underway, with several resorts already open and plenty more set to do so in coming ... Read More »

Wyoming Advice


“See if your airline allows for extended layovers so that you can include an additional destination in your trip without booking separate flights.”

Laura Motta Director, Deals Publishing

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