Western Culture

The spirit of the West is alive and well in Wyoming. Learn about the seventh largest Indian reservation in the U.S. and the two tribes that call it home. Track the Mormon Trail and the Oregon Trail to see where they merged as settlers migrated west in the 1800s. From tales of famous outlaws like Butch Cassidy and pioneers like Buffalo Bill Cody to modern-day ranchers and rodeo athletes, it’s easy to find new ways to discover the Old West in the Cowboy State.

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Cowboys, Rodeos & Fun: Exploring the Wild West of Cheyenne Frontier Days

Embark on a cultural trip through Wyoming’s western origins beginning with a visit to the iconic Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo and famous Pancake Breakfast. Join our hosts as they take a guided trip through Cheyenne, stopping at various landmarks, the famous Wrangler Mercantile, and the nearby Terry Bison Ranch.

Why Visit Wyoming?

Wyoming is known as the cowboy state, and there’s no better way to experience that cowboy culture than staying at a dude ranch. Either a working Dude Ranch where you can get your hands dirty or a luxurious dude ranch with fine dining.

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