In Wyoming, the wide open spaces of the Great Plains alternate with spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, and the Red Desert of the southwest contrasts with golden wheat fields to the southeast. Wyoming’s climate is semiarid and features huge swings in temperatures; some areas see less than 10 inches of rain each year, while the mountains get up to 200 inches of snowfall.

The largest city and capital is Cheyenne, with a population of just 60,000. Notable draws there include the Old West Museum and the cowboys-and-Indians-themed Frontier Days. In late July, thousands flock to the famous rodeo events and free pancake breakfast.

Popular sites in Casper, the state's second largest city…

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