Wyoming has always drawn pioneers and adventurers. With unrivaled access to the outdoors paired with 21st-century conveniences, now there are many more reasons to visit and to call Wyoming home.
Wyoming is defined by wide open spaces and tall peaks, but that doesn’t mean that it is difficult to get here. Jackson Hole is the largest airport, but the state is easily traveled to by car via Salt Lake City and Denver. With six primary airports and many other smaller airfields, arriving is not that hard but leaving might be.
The options to get outside, explore nature (and a few thrills) while reconnecting with yourself and your family are endless. From world-class skiing in the Tetons, to horseback adventures on the High Plains, and fly-fishing trips down the Snake River, you won’t be at a loss for year-round recreation.
Wyoming is home to its own style of Western hospitality, with intimate guest ranches, innovative restaurants and upscale resorts throughout the state. Expect a warm welcome, refined but relaxed service, and discretion. You’ll also find a vibrant arts and culture scene, with museums, galleries, and performing arts venues in every community.