See And Do
Fifty miles from the border of South Dakota and in the far corner of north-eastern Wyoming, Devil’s Tower National Monument was the country’s first national monument in 1906.
One of the best examples of unspoiled wilderness in the USA can be found in jaw-dropping Yellowstone National Park.
Old Trail Town represents an old Wyoming town created with 26 frontier buildings dating from 1879 to 1900, that have been collected from all over the state.
Just south of Yellowstone is Grand Teton National Park, where the spectacular Teton Mountains jut abruptly from the valley floor with no gentle foothills.
Fifty six miles southeast of Billings lies the Little Big Horn National Monument,. Here you can trace the course of the battle on a five-mile self guided