Wyoming: what to see between plains and mountains in the US
What to see in Wyoming, attractions and places to visit in this US territory between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains.
Wyoming is the state of the United States with the lowest number of inhabitants, bordering Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah and Idaho. In the territory of Wyoming the Great Plains are combined with the chain of the Rocky Mountains and proceeding from east to west meet other mountain ranges including the main ones are that of the Snowy Mountains, the Wind River, the Big Horn Mountains and the Teton Range.
There are several rivers that originate or pass in this state, and between them there are the Yellowstone River, the Powder River and the Snake River. To see the spectacular national parks including the most famous is that of Yellowstone.
The Yellowstone National Park is the first established in the world, occupying a very large area. It is located in the area of the Rocky Mountains and covers various plateaus with average heights of between two thousand and two thousand five hundred meters.
Places to Visit in Wyoming
This park is crossed from the river that forms the Lower Falls, where he completed a jump of some 91 meters. The rocks eroded by the river have a deep yellow color and it is from this singular peculiarity that derives the name of the park.
In addition to the falls there are lakes, forests and a lot of wildlife including deer, beavers, bears, bison, elk, coyotes and pelicans.
The major cities of Wyoming to visit for tourism are Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Rock Springs, Gillette, Sheridan, Green River and Evanston.
The capital is Cheyenne, Laramie County and the capital of the largest urban center, which is located on a plateau of over 1800 meters. Casper is the second largest city by population while Green River is the capital of Sweetwater County.