List of All Banks in Wyoming
Member State of the United States of America. Located in the Rocky Mountains
region, it covers an area of 253 597 km 2 and has a population of
508 700 residents (2004). It borders the states of Montana in the northwest
and north, South Dakota and Nebraska in the east, Colorado in the south, Utah in
the southwest, and Idaho in the west. The capital is the city of Cheyenne.
Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Wyoming has become known as the
cowboy state and home to “Buffalo Bill” Cody. Wyoming is the ninth largest state
in the United States, but has the smallest population. The borders were defined
only according to longitude and latitude, so that the border drawing corresponds
to a rectangle.
The spirit of the Wild West lives on in this region of wilderness, vastness
and breathtaking panoramas. Geographic attractions include eleven large
mountains, prairies, pastures, parks, forests, lakes and rivers.
Wyoming has a strictly continental climate with freezing winters, in which
blizzards often cause freezing rain and heavy snow. Summers are very hot and
dry, with occasional tornadoes in the southeast of the state.
Visitors are particularly drawn to Yellowstone National Park, the oldest
national park in the world. The park is known for its geothermal springs and
grizzly bears. The last wild bison herd in the USA found a safe retreat
here. Yellowstone Lake, with 354 km² the largest mountain lake in North America,
is a popular travel destination for anglers.
The Grand Teton National Park offers excellent conditions for
mountaineers. Numerous hiking trails lead through the park, which become
cross-country skiing trails in winter.
Numerous myths of different Indian tribes are related to the Devils Tower
(Teufelsturm), a magma rock over 360 meters high on the edge of the Black
Hills. The monolith was designated the first national monument in the United
States in 1906.
The world's best preserved fossils have been found in the Fossil Butte
National Monument (Internet: www.nps.gov/fobu/index.htm) in
- According to acronymmonster, the nickname of Wyoming is The Equality or Cowboy State.
Land area: 253,335 sq km.
Population: 578,759 (2019 estimate)
Population density: 2 per square kilometer.
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Attractions in Wyoming
Wyoming is the ideal travel destination for anyone looking for pristine vast
Vacation spots & excursions
The city of Jackson is an interesting vacation destination
in summer and winter. You can get to know the culture of the Wild West in
numerous art galleries and museums. The highlight of the annual calendar of
events is the Grand Teton Music Festival in July and August, which
offers music from all genres. Good ski areas with downhill runs for beginners
and advanced skiers are available to winter sports enthusiasts around the
city. There are also winter sports and hiking opportunities in the Snowy
Range (Rocky Mountains) and on the Big Horn. A visit to the Fossil
Butte National Monument is a journey into the prehistoric past, where
fossils of freshwater fish have been found that are millions of years old. The Flaming
Gorge National Recreation Area is also fascinating with its bizarre,
brightly colored rock formations that have been shaped by wind and water for
thousands of years.
The 364 m high Devil's Tower in northeast Wyoming is the remains of an
extinct volcano and habitat of many animal and plant species that you can get to
know on a nature trail. Stephen Spielberg's “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”
was filmed here. The famous Buffalo Bill was at home in the northwest of the
state. At the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody
is reminded of his life and the settlement of the West. Another
exhibition is dedicated to the history and culture of the Prairie Indians. The
capital Cheyenne was and still is the center of the cattle
trade in the region. The world's largest and most traditional rodeo, the Cheyenne
Frontier Days, takes place here in the last full week of July. If you want
to play cowboy yourself, you can spend some time on a working ranch and help out
with your daily work. A visit to the Wind River - Indian
reservation in Lander (Central Wyoming) that is shared by Shoshone and
Arapahos, gives an immediate impression of the present-day Indian life. Their
history and culture can be found in the Tracking down North American Indian
Heritage Center. Excursions with Indian guides into the magnificent
landscape of the Wind River Mountains are offered.
Laramie with the interesting pioneer post Fort
Laramie is a good starting point for trips to the beautiful Medicine
Bow National Forest, a beautiful hiking and winter sports area.
The world-famous Yellowstone National Park (Internet: http://www.yellowstone.net/)
is the oldest and probably the most beautiful national park in the USA. One of
the main sights is the Old Faithful Geyser, whose fountain, which is up
to 60 m high, can be seen almost every hour. There are a total of 10,000 hot
springs in Yellowstone. The species-rich fauna is particularly fascinating for
Europeans - elk, bison, eagle, bear and coyote live here in the wild. If you
want to stay longer and stay at the Old Faithfull Inn, it is best to
secure a room two months in advance. The Grand Teton National Park further
south offers several three-thousand meter peaks and excellent leisure
facilities. Mountaineering, hiking, horse riding, camping and water sports are
possible. The over 4000 m high Grand Teton is the second highest
mountain in Wyoming. You can stay in several holiday ranches.