The distinctively square state of Wyoming is a great destination for visitors and prospective residents alike, offering outdoors activities and attractions to suit every taste, hobby, and style. One of the most popular and famous attractions in Montana is Yellowstone National Park, home to an ancient volcano crater, Old Faithful, and Mammoth Hot Springs. Nearby Grand Teton National Park and Snake River Canyon are also excellent places to visit, and the Black Hills National Forest, home to the annual Sundance Film Festival, is another great destination. Fishing is one of the most popular activities in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, while skiing is commonly practiced in Jackson Hole, a location called the “Crown Jewel of the Rocky Mountains”.
The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is a famous place to grab a cold one amidst stunning decorations and live music, while the capital city of Wyoming, Cheyenne, is a great destination for history buffs. The Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum provides a fascinating insight into the days of the old Wild West, while trolley tours of the capital are also popular. Buffalo Bill Cody has his own town named after him in Wyoming, which has dedicated itself partially to his memory and the preservation of the history of the old West. A Western classic, the rodeo, is alive and well in Cheyenne, where Wyoming’s largest rodeo is held every year in July and showcases some of the most skilled cowboys and cowgirls in the nation.