Capital City: Cheyenne
Wyoming is a state in the Rocky Mountains region of the United States of America.
Wyoming is the place to discover the American West, home to unspoiled mountain vistas, unbelievably blue sky stretching toward the horizon, and awe-inspiring panoramas lit by golden sunsets. It's here that the legend of the cowboy was born, where the people are genuine and hospitable, and the West is still wild.
Wyoming is the least populated U.S. state, with slightly more than half a million residents, the majority of whom are clustered into just a few cities and towns — Cheyenne and Casper alone are home to a quarter of all Wyomingites. For the traveler, this means that the distance between towns is often far, requiring a bit more planning and self-sufficiency than travel in more densely populated parts of the country. The state offers a wealth of outdoor recreation and sightseeing opportunities, including the nation's first national park, mountain ranges, vast forests, crystal-clear rivers and wilderness areas. The state's economy is closely tied to these public lands, used for mineral extraction, tourism and ranching, making land-use policy one of the state's most hotly debated issues