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Whether you are looking for a self-guided Wyoming tour or want to join a guided tour of Wyoming, you will find a tour to suit your needs here. Click below to find some of the best guided and self-guided Wyoming tours available today. Many of these Wyoming tour packages feature unique Wyoming tour opportunities that you will not find anywhere else. Wyoming - Order FREE Travel Brochure!.

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Tour WyomingCompass Guide to Wyoming (Compass American Guides) Tour Wyoming. This Compass Guide takes travellers deep into the history and landscape of Wyoming, in this newly updated, evocative, full colour guide. Resident writers and photographers combine colour images and archival photographs with engaging text which is full of great things to see and do, entertaining stories, historical background, and places to stay and eat. Whether its skiing in the winter, fly fishing in the spring, or watching rodeos in the summer, Wyoming is a year-round tourist destination. Compass Guides give travellers a deeper understanding of the regions they are visiting.

Tour WyomingFrommer's Montana and Wyoming (Frommer's S.) Tour Wyoming. In this exceptionally detailed and in-depth guide, our resident authors take you outdoors for gorgeous hikes, wildlife viewing, thrilling white-water rafting, world-class downhill skiing, horseback riding, and more. From authentic dude ranches to stunning Western-style Bed and Breakfasts to secluded campgrounds, they've chosen the very best places to stay throughout the region, in all price ranges. With Frommer's Montana and Wyoming in hand, you'll see all the highlights, from glorious vistas of the Tetons to the eerie expanses of Little Bighorn, from lush valleys that hold blue-ribbon trout streams to the majestic elk and buffalo herds of Yellowstone.

Photographing YellowstonePhotographer's Guide to Yellowstone and the Tetons Photographers from around the world can find a wealth of wonderful images at Yellowstone and Grand Tetons national parks: dramatic geysers, glittering waterways, majestic mountains, unique wild animals. Now they can make the most of their visits to the parks with the help of the expert information in this first-ever guide to Yellowstone and the Tetons especially for photographers. Where and when to go, how to find the best shots, what equipment to take and techniques to use, park rules and regulations, how to avoid the crowds-all illustrated with brilliant colour images. A must-have for anyone who wants to take great pictures in the parks. Tour Wyoming.

Fishing WyomingFlyfisher's Guide to Wyoming: Including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks (Flyfishing Guides) With over 520 pages, this is the most comprehensive and accurate guide available for flyfishing Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park. Literally everything is covered with thorough descriptions, maps, hatch charts, fly shops and outfitters, and travel information. Tour Wyoming.

End of a Lawless Era in WyomingGoodbye, Judge Lynch: The End of a Lawless Era in Wyoming's Big Horn Basin Tells the fascinating story of how lawlessness finally came to an end in the Big Horn Basin of northern Wyoming, one of the last frontiers in the continental United States. University of Oklahoma Press.

A Vast Amount of Trouble: A History of the Spring Creek Raid Recounts the events leading up to the Spring Creek raid, the gripping trial that followed, and the trial's aftermath, which brought an end to Wyoming's violent range wars. University of Oklahoma Press.

Seeing YellowstoneSeeing Yellowstone in 1871: Earliest Descriptions and Images from the Field In 1871 the young mineralogist Albert Peale set out with the vaunted Hayden Expedition to map and explore the Yellowstone Basin. Ferdinand Hayden asked Peale, his former student, to write a series of letters to the Philadelphia Press about the survey's work. Just as these letters, the first impressions of Yellowstone sent back from the field, introduced nineteenth-century readers to some of the most breathtaking wonders of the American West, they allow readers today to rediscover one of the nation's most beloved and visited natural areas as it was just five months before it became the world's first national park.

Sweetwater County WyomingThe Important Things in Life: Women, Work and Family in Sweetwater County, Wyoming, 1880-1929 (Women in the West S.) The Important Things of Life examines women's work and family lives in Sweetwater County, Wyoming in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The 1880's discovery of coal caused a population boom, attracting immigrants from numerous ethnic groups. At the same time, liberalized homestead law drew sheep and cattle ranchers. A compelling portrait of the American West.

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