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Wyoming, USA
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"The cowboy state

Wyoming is home to more wildlife than people and is a place where there are still cowboys and Indians and where the countryside is unspoiled, wild and open. Home to Yellowstone National Park, the world's first national park and just south of Yellowstone is Grand Teton National Park with peaks rising to nearly 14,000 ft - you don't get scenery much more dramatic than this. Nestled in the Teton Mountain Range, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers a year-round location with high mountain adventure in winter on skis and snowboards and in summer, plenty of activities to enjoy this rustic old west town.

Activities such as ranching, cattle drives, river floats, mountain biking and hiking are just some of the outdoor recreational activities that can be done throughout this beautiful State.

Other scenic highlights are Bighorn Canyon, Fossil Butte, Flaming Gorge Lake and the awesome 1,267 ft high monolith, Devils Tower. In Cody, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center is a complex that contains five museums and there is a nightly rodeo in the summer months. The capital of Wyoming, Cheyenne Frontier Days is the last full week of July and both weekends surrounding that week, there are also other Wild West attractions year round.

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Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Riding a rare "hot spot" in the earth's surface, Yellowstone's turbulent landscape - which remains among the most geologically active lands on the planet, with steam-spewing geysers (the most famous being 'Old Faithful), the terraced wonders of Mammoth Hot Springs, gurgling fumaroles, and frequent earthquakes - was protected as the world's first national park in 1872.

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