- Cheyenne - The State Capital, and largest city.
- Laramie - Home of the University of Wyoming.
- Rock Springs
- Jackson Hole -- Ski resort area near Jackson
- Cody - Near the East entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
- East Yellowstone - Wapiti Valley - Near the East entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
- Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
- Devils Tower National Monument
- Grand Teton National Park
- Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming is extremely rural and the least populated US state. Vast expanses of uninhabited land separate many of even the smallest towns, while the largest of cities in Wyoming (such as Cheyenne and Casper) would be considered small towns in many other states. Wyoming offers a wealth of outdoor recreation and sightseeing opportunities among its many world famous mountain ranges and national parks.
English is the mother tongue of 93.6% of the Wyoming population.<ref>Template:Cite web</ref>
Throughout the winter months, pay special attention to the weather when travelling on highways in Wyoming. If the snow gates are down, do NOT ignore them. There are large expanses of land between towns that are wholly uninhabited, and getting stuck out on the interstate in whiteout conditions is an extraordinarily hazardous predicament to be caught in to say the least!
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