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Take an unforgettable journey with ‘Discover the West from Tower to Capitol.’
This meticulously crafted itinerary will take you on a captivating adventure through some of Wyoming’s most iconic destinations. From the breathtaking Devils Tower to the vibrant cityscape of Cheyenne, with stops along the way in Buffalo, Kaycee, Casper, Saratoga and Laramie, you will traverse the wide-open spaces, uncover rich history and culture, and immerse yourself in the natural beauty that defines Wyoming. While there are many journeys to be had in the West from Tower to Capitol, this itinerary does not include everything this area has to offer. Be sure to check out the full list of Wyoming listings at Travel Wyoming Events Calendar to avoid missing out on all the fun.
America’s first national monument gained widespread recognition as the iconic backdrop in the 1977 Stephen Spielberg film, “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” However, it holds deep sacred significance for Northern Plains tribes and the Kiowa Tribe of the Black Hills region. Beyond its historical significance, Devils Tower offers an array of activities, including hiking, climbing, camping and stargazing.
Cattleguard Steakhouse & Saloon is the city’s premier upscale western supper club. Offering a complete dining experience, it combines an inviting atmosphere with exquisite cuisine and a unique brand of western hospitality that is truly unforgettable.
Enjoy Western hospitality in restaurants, shops, art galleries and a wide selection of lodging options. Venture into the nearby Bighorn National Forest to enjoy fishing in streams and alpine lakes, hiking amidst breathtaking scenery. Stepping into Buffalo, Wyoming’s Historic Occidental Hotel transports you to the Old West, where legends like Butch Cassidy and Calamity Jane once roamed. Offering a blend of historic charm and modern comfort, all rooms feature private baths, queen or king beds and central air conditioning.
South Fork Lodge is conveniently situated in the Bighorn National Forest, a mere 15 miles to the west of Buffalo, Wyoming. South Fork Lodge is your all-in-one destination, featuring a restaurant and bar, cozy cabins, thrilling horseback rides into the wilderness, overnight pack trips, ATV side-by-side rentals and serving as an outfitter for deer, antelope, elk and moose hunting adventures.
Crazy Woman Canyon is frequently hailed as one of our region’s most captivating and sought-after scenic routes. It provides enchanting vistas and abundant opportunities for fishing, hiking, bouldering and horseback riding. Situated just 18 miles to the south of Buffalo, it’s a hidden gem waiting to be explored.
Where the Old West meets the New West, you’ll find an authentic ranch nestled in the heart of Buffalo, a site steeped in the history of the Johnson County Cattle War. We offer a unique one-night stay, though we’re confident you’ll be tempted to extend your visit.
Backwards Distilling, a craft distillery nestled in Casper, Wyoming, offers a diverse range of spirits, from gin to moonshine. Backwards’ dedication to sourcing local ingredients and showcasing local products isn’t just a label; it’s the secret to creating spirits that authentically capture the soul of Wyoming – a blend of local grains, water, climate and culture.
Experience the cowboy life! Ride the Historic Trails into our in Indian Village on the Platte River where you can partake in campfire Dutch Oven cook outs and stay overnight in an Indian Lodge. Experience one of our treks which range from Two hours to two day, in Casper, WY. Be a real Pioneer for our three and five-day wagon trains, that go, over rocky ridges to Atlantic City and Old South Pass City.
Experience the ultimate relaxation as you immerse yourself in one of our private teepee-covered hot pools or our expansive 70-foot mineral hot springs pool. Our resort is a complete destination, offering 50 western-style guest rooms and suites, a full-service restaurant and a microbrewery and pub.
The Wyoming Territorial Prison, an entry on the National Register, today runs as a museum dedicated to educating visitors on the narratives concealed within the iron cells and behind the prison walls through prisoner identities.
Charming, bustling and effortlessly Western, the Downtown Laramie area is a must-see while you’re in town. Laid out around the bed of the famous Transcontinental Railroad, this vibrant village is full of personality, combining antique architecture with modern businesses that easily blend past and present-day pride. Stroll around and you’ll find your choice of local boutiques, eats, bars and brewhouses to explore. Check out Works of Wyoming Gift n Gallery, Coal Creek Tap and Range Leather Co., among others.
The Wrangler stands tall as a sprawling three-story emporium of Western merchandise, renowned for its extensive inventory that includes everything you could possibly desire to complete your Western look and more.
At Terry Bison Ranch, we’re proud to be home to America’s Only Bison Train tour, a captivating 50-minute journey on a custom-built train that traverses both the Wyoming and Colorado sides of our property. Along the way, you’ll gain insight into ranch history and even have the opportunity to feed the Bison as you stop amidst the herd.