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Must See Landmarks in Wyoming

Wyoming is home to some of the most interesting landmarks in America. The wild west comes alive with beautiful open landscapes, colorful people, and a legendary past. Here's some things to see in Wyoming on your next adventure: 

1. Grand Teton National Park

Get back to nature by enjoying the picturesque mountain scenery and meadows found throughout this national park. Filled with a wide variety of wildlife, glistening lakes, and rushing rivers, Grand Teton offers something for everyone. 

2. Thermopolis Hot Springs

Open year around, Wyoming's Hot Springs State Park is the most popular in the state. Soak in the world's largest mineral hot spring that reaches a soothing 104 degrees. Afterwards, wander along the many trails found throughout the park that give you an up close and personal view of the amazing rock formations shaped by the mineral waters. 

3. Bridger Valley Historic Byway 

A 20-mile scenic loop that takes you into the heart of American history, this historic byway is the same path taken by those on the the Oregon Trail, the California Trail, Pony Express and the transcontinental railroad. Visit the Fort Bridger Historic Site along the way to see history come alive in fully restored historic buildings. 

4. Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area 

If you're in the mood for a wild west adventure, Flaming Gorge is the place for you. Named for the flaming red sandstone rock formations, this recreational area offers the perfect landscape for outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, camping and kayaking. And if you're a history buff, you won't want to miss the chance to look for petroglyphs and fossils commonly found in the area. 

5. Yellowstone National Park 

If you're looking for things to see in Wyoming, Yellowstone is a must. This world-famous state park is home to the Old Faithful geyser, but also contains more than 60 percent of all of the geysers in the entire world. Pay a visit to the Mammoth Hot Springs or look for wildlife like bison, bears and eagles.

6. Devil's Tower 

Steeped in mystery and legend, Devil's Tower has been inspiring people with its majesty for thousands of years. Named a National Monument in 1906, Devil's Tower stretches an impressive 1267 feet from the ground and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.