Visit the "Cowboy State" to explore its history, diverse landscapes and wild west charm.

Wyoming was the first state to grant women the right to vote in 1869. This action lead to the nickname “The Suffrage State” and later to “The Equality State.” “Equality” is also the state motto. Several events will be occurring across the state this year in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage. Defined by vast plains and the Rocky Mountains, its famed Yellowstone National Park is a nearly 3,500-sq.-mile wilderness recreation area and home to hundreds of animal species, dramatic canyons and alpine rivers. The park’s gushing geysers include the iconic Old Faithful. To the south is Grand Teton National Park, known for backcountry skiing areas, forested trails and Snake River.

Credit: Wyoming Office of Tourism

When you choose the “Salt to Stone” road trip guide made available by the Wyoming CVB, you will discover treasures in the southwest corner of the state like Fossil Butte National Monument, Killpecker Sand Dunes and Jackson Lake. There are actually three different routes to choose from that will take you from Wyoming’s southwest corner to the northwest. Trace the footsteps of mountain men and women, discover dreamy mountain vistas by foot, bike or car — and tour museums and attractions that showcase Western culture at its finest. >MORE 

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