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The Equality State

Wyoming is known for its rugged landscapes and outdoor adventures. Cheyenne, the state capital, is home to rodeos, cowboy culture, and historic landmarks. Jackson Hole, nestled in the Teton Mountains, is a year-round destination for outdoor recreation — from skiing and snowboarding in the winter to hiking and wildlife viewing in the summer. Wyoming’s national parks, including Yellowstone and Grand Teton, showcase the state’s natural wonders. Along with geothermal features and towering peaks, there are also abundant wildlife like bison and grizzly bears. The state’s wide-open spaces offer opportunities for camping, fishing, and horseback riding in places like the Wind River Range and Bighorn Mountains.