A frontier world of mountains and ranches, hunting and fishing, rodeos and round-ups.  Wyoming is nicknamed "The Cowboy State" because for more than a century cattle raising has been the main occupation.

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 Although Wyoming is the ninth largest State in the Union, just over half a million people live here, but they are always so pleased that you have come so far to discover their outstanding part of America. 

It still takes a rider on horseback to herd cattle, in the cowboy towns most people wear stetsons, blue jeans and boots and stores have hitching posts for the horses. 

Yellowstone, the world's first National Park. With it's famous geysers, hot springs, mudpots, waterfalls, mountains and abundant wildlife, it has enthralled travellers since 1872

Ranches in Wyoming