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Cheyenne, Saratoga & Rock Springs

The very name Cheyenne conjures up images of cowboys and rodeos. Today’s Cheyenne retains that history but adds a modern twist. From the world’s largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration to world-class mountain biking, climbing, and camping, a visit to Cheyenne offers great opportunities.

Cheyenne is a bustling modern city with an enduring frontier spirit. Home to fascinating attractions like the Cheyenne Depot and Wyoming State Museum and located in close proximity to splendid outdoor adventures in Curt Gowdy State Park and Vedauwoo Recreation Area, there’s an endless roster of things to do in Wyoming’s capital city. Ride the Cheyenne Street Trolley, tour Terry Bison Ranch or plan your trip around Cheyenne Frontier Days in July — the world’s largest rodeo and western celebration.


Saratoga sits atop one of the most active mineral hot springs in Wyoming and still holds its unspoiled charm and western heritage. As you are in the hot springs town, make a stop at the Hobo Hot Pool and enjoy a swim in this natural mineral pool.

The town is in the centre of an incredible sportsman’s paradise with blue-ribbon trout fishing and world-class big game hunting nearby. Saratoga Lake is a favourite spot for fishing, boating, water skiing, and windsurfing.

Breathtaking views attract artists, photographers and nature lovers alike. Surrounding Saratoga are several mountains including Elk Mountain, the Snowy Range Mountains, and the Sierra Madre Mountains. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails for the novice and experienced are scattered throughout the Medicine Bow Routt National Forest. For winter sportsman, the snowmobile trails are second to none. With over 300 miles of trails to choose from, you can snowmobile all day without feeling crowded.

Rock Springs

Rock Springs today is an ideal, off the beaten path stop for travellers looking to take in the local culture, history and adventure of Wyoming’s southwest corner. Wheater you’re looking to take a deep dive into Rock Spring’s dinosaur history or drink in the view of Boar’s Tusk, an amazing geological feature, the area offers something for everyone.

Rock Springs gives visitors a chance to enrich their knowledge of Wyoming’s mining and railroad history. However, no one expects to find such a culturally diverse melting pot in this high-desert oasis. Surprised? You haven’t seen anything yet.

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