Fall into Wyoming
Saying goodbye to summer is always hard.
But if you visit Wyoming in the fall, you’ll see that saying goodbye to the warm months of summer is actually a good thing. There are so many things that make fall an amazing times to visit– The cool, crisp autumn air, fewer crowds, and undeniably picturesque views of the fall foliage are just a few of the reasons that make autumn the ideal time to tour Wyoming.
Before your visit, be sure to save some room on your camera. We recommend you take a drive through Aspen Alley or any scenic byway or backway to see the strikingly beautiful shades of yellow, orange and red with stunning mountainous backdrops that illuminate them all the more. Check out our fall road trips for other ideas of where the you can catch the best sights this season.
If the views don’t draw you in, the exciting festivals, fairs, and other western events will. We have championship barbecues, music festivals, sailing regattas, a celebration of the undead at Zombiefest, and everything in between. We’re positive you’ll find something that’s right up your alley. Check out some of the events and happenings this fall below:
And for a head start on researching the best places for fall photos, check out our list of 10 ways to see Wyoming’s fall colors. Don’t forget to share your favorite Wyoming fall photos with us using the hashtag #fallintoWY