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The state of Wyoming is especially known for its Yellowstone National Park, a park that is recognized around the world for being the first park to be created. Most of the people who visit the park are constantly enthralled by the myriad of animals that they see and of course the adventures waiting to explore there.

But Wyoming is much more than that, especially when you consider their subtle attractions that are held in their beautiful mountain ranges and scenic landscapes as you travel by. Wyoming is one of the largest states in the country with Cheyenne as its capital city. It is also a state with a small population and one with a strong Native American history. Although Wyoming has been described as having rural lands, the state has given the rest of the country it agricultural produce such as sugar beets, wheat and barley and beef among other things. Coal, crude oil and natural gas are also some of the state's commodities.

When in Wyoming, boredom is non-existent in this state as there are so many things that one can see or do to past the time away. Anywhere that you visit in Wyoming you are sure to be captured by its outstanding beauty. For instance the Devil's Tower in the Black Hills in Crook County, is an astounding sight to behold; no wonder so many visitors frequent this location. Indeed a national monument, this rock formation is one of the most climbed by visitors from all around the world.

Snowfall in the northwest area is heavy enough for one to enjoy a few days of skiing during the winter-time. Also if you are into exploring history, there are several historical trails that you can visit. Be sure to visit the National Elk Refuge, home to over 30,000 elks.

On the south Wyoming is bordered by Utah and Colorado, to the east by South Dakota and Nebraska, to the north by Montana. On the west, Wyoming is bordered by Idaho and Utah.

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