is no better way to visit this independent mountain state
than by staying in an independent home away from home - a
romantic cabin or vacation rental lodge. Although it is
relatively a young state, since 1890, the territory that
is today Wyoming goes way back to the dinosaur age.
Archeological and paleontological dig sites dot the state.
Dramatic landscapes have evolved throughout the centuries
and today travelers come from all over the world to see
Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, Devil's
Tower, and the wondrous Snake River. Wyoming has it all.
Herd cattle on the open range at a dude ranch in the Big
Horn Mountains, take a rafting trip down the Snake River,
take pictures of Yellowstone and Devils Tower, hike the
Snowy Range, climb the Tetons or camp under the stars at
the Red Desert. No matter where you go in Wyoming you will
always find interesting people and innkeepers who are more
than willing to share their stories of Wyoming. Historic
and country lodges all invite you to see their wondrous
state and stay awhile.
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