Cheap flights to Wyoming

Wyoming is the 10th most extensive but least populous of the 50 United States of America. It encompasses a total area of 253,348 km2 in the mountain region of Western United States, which is why its western two thirds comprise of mountain ranges and rangelands in the foothills of the eastern Rocky Mountains. The state's eastern third is high elevation prairie called the High Plains. The capital and most populous city in Wyoming is Cheyenne, and the other major cities are Buffalo, Casper, Cody, Douglas, Green River, Jackson, Laramie, and Sheridan.

What to see & do

National Museum of Wildlife Art - The National Museum of Wildlife Art, or NMWA, is a museum in Jackson Hole that preserves and exhibits wildlife art. It was established in 1987 as Wildlife of the American West Museum on the Jackson Town Square. It was renamed and moved to a 51,000 square foot (4,700 m2) building, and currently has 14 galleries, a Sculpture Trail, a museum shop, Rising Sage Café, Children’s Discovery Gallery, and a library.

National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center - The National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center focuses on the public education about the biology and habitat of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. It pays special attention to what is currently the largest herd of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in the coterminous United States that winter in the Whisky Basin of Whisky Mountain. The centre offers interpretative programs, multi-media presentations, exhibits, and special events. Its permanent exhibits include the Natural History of the Bighorn Sheep, the Mountain Shoshone (also known as the Sheepeaters), and the role of creative conservation to create and preserve habitat.

Wyoming Dinosaur Center - The Wyoming Dinosaur Center is one of the few museums dedicated to dinosaurs with its own excavation within driving distance. The museum features 28 mounted dinosaurs. One of its most recent additions is the 106-foot long skeleton of Supersaurus.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort - Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a ski resort located in Teton Village, 19 km northwest of Jackson. The ski area partially includes Rendezvous and Apres Vous Mountains. Most of the runs are for expert and intermediate levels, with a few terrains for beginners.

How to get around

Wyoming is quite large, and the distances between the towns are great. For anyone planning to really explore Wyoming extensively, renting a car might be the most practical option. Car rental agencies can be found in Casper, Cody, Jackson, Rock Springs, Cheyenne, Sheridan, and Laramie. As mentioned, the distances between cities and towns can be so vast that it is possible to go through some parts without seeing another soul. Be prepared in advance: always keep the gas tank full, bring water (both for drinking and for the car), and bring other basic provisions such as food. Don't hesitate to consult Wyoming's Department of Transportation by dialling 511 (within the state) or 1-888-996-7623 (1-888-WYO-ROAD) from anywhere in the US to know about weather and road conditions. You will need a map or at least some knowledge of the highway numbers and locations for this service to be of use to you. There is no passenger train service in Wyoming, so those who don't want to drive can turn to air travel instead, but this can be very expensive and not as extensive.

How to get there

It can be quite tricky to get to and from Wyoming by air travel. The busiest airport serving the state is Jackson Hole Airport, which has regular connections with Salt Lake City International Airport in Salt Lake City and Denver International Airport in Denver, both of which have more connections all over the United States and the world.

Flights to Wyoming

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