Witness nature at her most spectacular in Wyomings open grasslands, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are home to extraordinary wildlife. Experience a truly natural wonder at Grand Canyon and Zion, Utah's first National Park. In Bryce Canyon spend some time with a park ranger and learn about hoodoos and frost wedging.
One of the most spectacular examples of erosion on the planet, Grand Canyon's incomparable vistas take in 277 miles of the Colorado River and its adjacent uplands. The South Rim offers dozens of unique viewpoints which can be explored by foot or journey by bicycle through the forest and along parts of the Canyon rim on the Greenway Trail. On the less visited North Rim, take in peaceful views of the Canyon from trails along the rim, or out on the Walhalla Plateau.
Utah's first National Park, where immense sandstone cliffs soar into brilliant blue skies. Explore narrow slot canyons carved by the Virgin River, spot endless species of bird including Peregrine Falcon and bald eagle, or try canyoneering, climbing or hiking.
Famous for its unique geology, Bryce Canyon's horseshoe-shaped amphitheatres are carved from the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Hike a canyon trail or stroll along the rim - spend some time with a park ranger and learn about hoodoos and frost wedging.
America's first National Park, established in 1872, Yellowstone is home to Old Faithful and the majority of the world's geysers. This mountain wild land is home to grizzly bears, wolves and herds of bison and elk - the park is the core of one of the last natural ecosystems in the earth's temperate zone.
The Teton Range rises above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes and alpine terrain. Explore over 200 miles of trails or float the Snake River. Wyoming's dark skies are perfect for stargazing; listen to the song of the wolves from beneath your starry canopy. In winter, activities centre on the mountain where skiing and snowshoeing are popular activities.
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