The beauty of Wyoming doesn’t have to be hidden while travel is limited. From our state parks to national monuments, Wyoming’s scenery and towns have a diverse display of landscape and wildlife. Check out the links below to virtually explore these destinations.
National Parks and State Sites
Our national and state parks contain amazing scenes of nature. The parks are abundant with wildlife. Each virtual tour brings you to a new part of the state to explore.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park’s virtual tours feature some of the most visited areas in the park. They show a mud volcano, geysers and take you around the boardwalks to see the pools.
Grand Teton National Park
Through the Grand Teton National Park’s virtual tours you can hike to the top of the Tetons to see beautiful vistas or drive through the Moose-Wilson Corridor to learn more about wildlife.
Devils Tower National Monument
Our national monument, Devils Tower, is a towering landmark. This virtual tour will show you just how amazing the monument is.
This 3-D rendering of Devils Tower gives you a new perspective on the monument. Credit: nps.gov
Fort Laramie National Historic Site
Fort Laramie was established in 1834 as a fur trading post, which evolved into a military post. For over 50 years this post stood as a monument of the Northern Plains. The historical site’s virtual tour offers a self-guided tour with panoramic views, maps and narration.
Quebec 01 State Historic Site
This site is the only accessible Peacekeeper Missile Alert Facility in the world. It was built to be hidden in plain sight. This virtual tour offers a photo walk through and 360 views.
Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Even when the center’s five museums are closed, the learning can continue. the Buffalo Bill Center of the West offers several ways to experience their exhibits and provide virtual programs that are fit for all ages.
Scenic and Recreation Areas
Wind River Range
The Wind River Range covers 2.25 million acres and forms a triple divide for the Columbia, Colorado and Missouri Rivers. The range includes over 40 named peaks including Wyoming’s highest: Gannett Peak at 13,804 feet. The virtual tours take you to some of the state parks within the range.
Explore Wind River Country from your couch with this engaging virtual tour. Credit: windriver.org
This 360-video follows a snowmobiler’s adventure through the mountain range. The snow-covered range offers a different perspective to the mountains.
Enjoy the snow topped Snowy Range through this virtual 360 degree tour. Credit: visitlaramie.org
Vedauwoo Recreation Area
This recreational area is full of hiking paths and camping areas. The gravity-defying rock formations provide beautiful scenery. The 360-view allows you to control your experience.
Wyoming Game & Fish Live Videos
Wyoming Game & Fish have provided live webcams of their fish hatcheries and wildlife crossings. The cameras are changed every so often to give the views a new chance at catching glimpses of wildlife.
The virtual tours of Jackson Hole include Jackson Lake Dam, Teton View Point, the Visitors Center and Granite Canyon Trail. Explore the town and surrounding areas with their unique tours.
The town of Cody has put together a selection of videos that showcase things to see and do while visiting. They have fireside chats under the stars with cowboy musicians, outfitters, fishing guides and museum curators. Catch a glimpse of Cody from the people who know it best.
This tour includes a look at the geoscience center, the historic Greybull Hotel and the railroad. They also look at dinosaur track sites and museums.
These videos showcase the beauty of Pinedale. The videos will take you through Pinedale’s countryside and include a documentary about the pronghorn.
Wind River Country
These tours take you from South Pass Historic Site to the Dubois Museum. They cover some of the most exciting features Wind River has to offer.
The live webcams feature downtown Laramie and the train depot, while also including the reservoirs and surrounding towns.
Check out downtown Laramie and its surrounding wilderness in real time with their live webcams.
This live webcam captures the view of the Casper Mountain Trails Center Weather Station. If you catch it at the right time you may see wildlife.
See Downtown Rock Springs as it was in the early 1900s with this virtual historical tour. You’ll learn some fascinating history behind the area’s oldest and most storied buildings.
We hope you have enjoyed seeing Wyoming through virtual tours and live webcams. When the time comes for us to travel safely again, we hope that you may visit these places to experience them for yourself.