PATHS LESS TRAVELED
Wyoming is broken into several regions, all of which lead to the state’s most-visited destinations: Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. These regions are meant to guide you through parts of the state that shouldn’t be missed, including state parks, unique attractions, outdoor recreation opportunities and more. There are many ways to arrive at your destination, but planning a road trip through one of these regions is a great way to discover Wyoming.
Salt to Stone
The Salt to Stone region is a colorful adventureland stretching from Salt Lake City into Southwest Wyoming and northward to Yellowstone.
90 MILES BY CAR FROM SALT LAKE CITY AIRPORT TO EVANSTON
Rockies to Tetons
The Rockies to Tetons region follows the Rocky Mountains to the Teton Range, passing through the beauty of the Snowy, Medicine Bow, Seminoe and Wind River mountain ranges along the way.
133 MILES BY CAR FROM DENVER AIRPORT TO LARAMIE
Park to Park
Named for the popular early 1900s Park to Park Highway, the Park to Park region connects Wyoming’s lively capital to small towns with renowned fishing and prehistoric wonders.
106 MILES BY CAR FROM DENVER AIRPORT TO CHEYENNE
Black to Yellow
The Black to Yellow region offers kaleidoscopic landscapes and iconic sights starting in northeast Wyoming’s Black Hills and venturing west to Yellowstone.
107 MILES BY CAR FROM RAPID CITY AIRPORT TO DEVILS TOWER
129 MILES BY CAR FROM BILLINGS AIRPORT TO SHERIDAN
Located in northwest Wyoming, Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are home to some of America’s most diverse ecosystems.