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Ícones do Wyoming
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Wyoming, o estado menos populoso dos EUA, é um dos mais ricos do país em natureza intocada. Dois dos parques nacionais mais famosos do país, Yellowstone e Grand Teton , estão localizados aqui. Esses destinos chamam os amantes da natureza, turistas e quem simplesmente está em busca de uma escapada da cidade. Não é incomum avistar animais selvagens incríveis, como urso, bisão, alce, coiote e outros vagando pelas planícies deste vasto e belo estado. Yellowstone é pontilhado de gêiseres geotérmicos ativos e coloridas fontes de água termal, sendo as mais famosas a Old Faithful e a the Grand Prismatic Spring, respectivamente.

A cadeia de montanhas Grand Teton, no noroeste do estado, é uma ótima opção para a prática de esqui e caminhada. O mais alto dos picos atinge 4.200 metros. No vale lá embaixo está a charmosa cidade de Jackson Hole, um oásis luxuoso de esqui e caminhada com um toque histórico de faroeste.

Vida na fazenda

Com paisagens abertas, as fazendas respondem por grande parte da cultura local. Nenhuma visita ao Wyoming estaria completa sem uma visita a um rancho turístico sem luxos para dar asas aos seus sonhos de caubói do oeste! Vee Bar Guest Ranch, Gros Ventre River Ranch, The Hideout Lodge e Flat Creek Ranch estão entre os mais famosos, e todos oferecem mais atividades que você terá tempo: montaria, fogueira sob as estrelas, pesca com mosca, descida do rio com boias, acampamento, canoagem e caminhada.

Wyoming nas telonas

Wyoming já serviu de palco natural para elogiados filmes, como "Dança com Lobos", "O Segredo de Brokeback Mountain", "Django Livre" e "Os Oito Odiados". O clássico cult "Contatos Imediatos de Terceiro Grau" alçou ao status de estrela o pico Devils Tower National Monument, que tem mesmo uma aparência fora deste mundo. Mais recentemente, as paisagens do Wyoming foram animadas em "O Bom Dinossauro".

 

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Historic Fort Laramie

Fort Laramie

Tour the 1834 military fort and fur-trading post to see 12 restored buildings, mingle with interpretive guides in period dress, hike the Old Iron Bridge and explore history on a scavenger hunt.

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National Elk Refuge

Take a sleigh ride through Jackson Hole’s refuge, where thousands of majestic elf spend their winter.

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An expert rider at Cheyenne Frontier Days

Cheyenne Frontier Days

This week-long celebration of all-things Wyoming frontier offers a deep dive into Western culture. Find a recreated frontier town, a substantial rodeo schedule, an Indian Village, concerts, a carnival, a parade, a Chuckwagon Cookoff and more.

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A Wind River Country powwow

Wind River Indian Reservation

Set in the expansive Wind River mountain range, the seventh largest Indian reservation in the country, home to the Eastern Shoshone and the Northern Arapaho tribes, awaits exploration. Head to heritage and cultural centers, historic districts and trading posts to learn about life here past and present. Attend a powwow to get a real sense of the spirit of this special place.

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Meandering through the Big Horn Mountains

Big Horn Mountains

Scenic highways and overlooks await visitors who travel through this range that leads to Yellowstone. Explore forests, take in the wildlife, visit cultural centers, see a rodeo or enjoy a music festival as you marvel at the wilderness, deserts and peaks found here.

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Entrance to Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Encompassing five museums under one roof – the Buffalo Bill Museum, the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, the Plains Indian Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum and the Draper Natural History Museum – this is the place to learn about the American West.

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Two crystalline images of the Grand Tetons

Grand Teton Scenic Loop Drive

Enjoy the splendor of Grand Teton National Park on this 70-kilometer drive. Numerous overlooks allow access to views of the jagged mountain peaks and scenic lakes. Stop at historical sites along the way.

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Inspiration at the National Historic Trails Center

National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

This center in Casper lets you experience the often-harrowing journeys of the half-million pioneers who passed through Wyoming in the mid-1800s on their way to California, Utah and other points west.

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Dramatic Devils Tower at night

Devils Tower National Monument

Take a ranger-led tour around this iconic 65-million-year-old rock formation to learn about its unique geology and the indigenous people and wildlife of the area. The truly adventurous – and skilled – try climbing its sheer vertical sides.

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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

One of the 10 wonders of the Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Canyon is 32 kilometers long and up to 365 meters deep. Its two picturesque waterfalls and stunning colored rocks can be seen from numerous lookout points and hiking trails.

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