In Wyoming the Wild West comes alive. One of the most sparsely populated states in the US, Wyoming is a land of rugged landscapes, rich tribal legends, rodeos, ranches, cowboy towns, and some of the world's greatest wilderness areas.
Yellowstone’s burping, bubbling and steaming geological features never seem to amaze, including the Old Faithful geyser, which shoots out water every 90 minutes or so. There are also spectacular lakes and waterfalls, boiling mud and hot springs that glow yellow, orange, green and blue.
Grand Teton National Park is home to overwhelming, massive mountains, pristine lakes and rivers, and abundant, teeming wildlife. Views from either of the two main roads, which run north-south through the park, are nothing short of spectacular. Incredible, often breathtaking scenery and wildlife sightings (elk, moose, black/grizzly bears, bison, deer, and more!) are guaranteed. Favourite stops, to name just a few, include Cascade Canyon, Granite Canyon, and Amphitheater Lake.
Be sure to keep a look out for wildlife such as bears, moose, elk, bison, prong-horned antelope and wild horses.