Southeast region of Wyoming is where the state capital of
Cheyenne and the annual Frontier Days rodeo can be enjoyed.
In fact Cheyenne and Laramie are the gateway cities for
travelers entering the state from the east on Interstate 80.
The vast prairies of Southeast Wyoming support farming and
ranching. One can see herds of cattle and sheep and immense
stretches of wheat fields waving in the wind. The plains
give way to mountain ranges of the Laramie Mountains and the
Medicine Bow Range (known locally as the Snowy Range), the
Shirley Mountains, the Seminoe Mountains and the Sierra
Madre. The cities and towns of Saratoga, Encampment,
Sinclair and Rawlins give this part of the state its
frontier feel and
lodges, historic hotels and bed and breakfast will
welcome you to this beautiful stretch of landscape. Rich in
recreational and historical sites from Native American and
paleontological digs, to
horseback riding, hiking and boating and well as
are all found in this region.
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