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Wyoming Destination Guide

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Welcome to the Elegant Resorts Destination Guide for Wyoming, created to help make your choice of luxury holiday as easy as possible. Here, you will find more detailed factual information about the destination you have selected.

If you require further information, not featured on this page, please call one of our Luxury Travel Specialists.


Language English
Time Difference -7 hours
Currency US Dollar
Voltage 120v

Known as the ‘Cowboy State’, Wyoming is blessed with show-stopping scenery, making it a natural playground for top-class adventures in the ‘great outdoors’. Choose from hiking, biking, fishing, riding, golf, skiing, snowboarding and so much more. Wyoming is also famous for its fascinating history and is the home of ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody, Butch Cassidy and Sacajawea, appealing to fans of ‘Cowboys and Indians’ from all generations. Another standout feature of Wyoming is the wildlife, with wolves, moose, elk and bears, not to mention long-extinct creatures from the past in Wyoming’s dinosaur fields. Wrapped in a magical setting of mountains, meadows, rivers, streams and forests, our featured property sits in a remarkable eco-system, a short drive from Jackson Hole in northwest Wyoming. Guests can enjoy countless activities and excursions, including tours of national parks including Yellowstone and Grand Teton. All in all, Wyoming is a dream destination for Adventure with a capital ‘A’!

Winter Activities and Snow Sports

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers over 2,500 acres of skiable terrain and terrific Alpine skiing and snowboarding for experts and beginners. Another option is Snow King resort, Wyoming’s first ski centre and home to North America’s steepest slope – there’s also the ‘Cowboy Coaster’, a snow tube park, an ice-rink and a ski school. A little further afield is Grand Targhee resort, boasting 3,000 acres of prime powder snow and more than 15 kilometres of trails for Nordic skiing. Other activities in the region include heli-skiing, snowshoeing, fat tyre biking, dog sled tours, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snow coach tours, sleigh rides, scenic flights and winter fly-fishing.


Year-round wildlife-viewing is a thrilling feature of holidays to Wyoming, with elk, bison, moose, mule deer, Pronghorn Antelope, coyotes, wolves, black and Grizzly Bears, Bald Eagles and more. Autumn is the breeding season, followed by long, cold winters when many animals hibernate until spring – if you’re lucky, you may spot bears emerging from hibernation with their young and witness their first steps into their new homeland. Other animals, such as moose and elk, seek refuge in the valleys, where the climate is still cold, but a little more sheltered. Further south, you’ll find evidence of much older creatures – Wyoming is home to some of the best dinosaur fields in the world!

Summer Activities and Sports

Activities are plentiful in this state, from wildlife safaris, tours of Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, forest hikes, trout fishing, rides by chairlift or aerial tram, golf on championship fairways, tennis with a pro, mountain-biking, horse-riding and photography workshops. For an amazing aerial adventure and bird’s-eye view of rugged canyons, Alpine rivers, hot springs, gushing geysers and emerald-green forests, discover Wyoming’s incredible landscapes by chartering a private plane or helicopter. Alternatively, soak up the scenery as you float down rivers by traditional wooden boat, keeping a look out for wildlife. Those keen to feel an adrenaline rush, however, can opt for the fast-paced excitement of white-water rafting.

Culture & History

Wyoming is a perfect gateway to the ‘Old West’, steeped in tales of dude ranching, rodeos, gold-seekers and Native Americans. Attractions include Jackson Hole Rodeo, a fantastic display of the Wild West, with cowboys, bulls and bucking broncos, as well as the Jackson Hole Shootout, where cowboys battle it out around the square. Another favourite is a covered wagon cookout, with ‘Cowboys and Indians’, hearty food and folk music. Other places of interest include Jackson Hole Museum, the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum. Be sure to visit the historic town of Cody, founded in 1896 by charismatic cowboy, William F ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody, and Old Trail Town, a well-preserved collection of frontier buildings and local artefacts.

National Parks

Yellowstone is the world’s first national park, filled with extraordinary natural wonders, from bears, birds and howling wolves, to countless species of plants, serene lakes, petrified forests, dramatic canyons and hundreds of tumbling waterfalls. Not forgetting the Yellowstone Caldera, or ‘super-volcano’, plus some 10,000 thermal features and over 300 geysers bubbling, belching and erupting in gigantic blasts of steam and boiling water – an awesome sight! South of Yellowstone is Grand Teton National Park, famous for its iconic, glacier-carved, mountain range, the Tetons. Reflected in Alpine lakes on the valley floor, these splendid, snow-capped, peaks frame a pristine wilderness of canyons, rivers, forests and verdant plains carpeted with wildflowers.


Spring falls in April and May, when ice and snow melt, allowing wildflowers to blossom and adding pockets of colour to the landscapes. From June to August, summer brings warm, yet varying daytime temperatures with scattered thunderstorms and quite chilly nights, especially in the mountains. Autumn often experiences an ‘Indian Summer’ – warm days, amazing colours and cool nights. By November, the freezes have started. Winters in Wyoming are long and extremely cold, with regular snowfalls from November to the end of March – perfect conditions for snow sports such as skiing and snowboarding!

Temperature Guide

These figures show monthly average maximum temperatures and monthly average rainfall for Wyoming.

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Travelling With Children or Without an Adult

Children travelling without both parents should be aware that some countries require documentary evidence of parental responsibility before allowing lone parents to enter the country or, in some cases, before permitting the children to leave the country. Please contact the relevant Embassy for the county you are travelling to for further information.

Visa and Advance Passenger Information

All passengers must ensure they have a valid, acceptable passport, any required visa and any other documentation for both the final destination and any stop-off points en route. Please make sure that Advance Passenger Information is submitted in advance to travel for all destinations. Failure to hold correct documentation or submitting incorrect details with Advance Passenger Information or Visa applications may result in refusal of carriage or entry into a country. Please check with the relevant Embassy regarding visa requirements well in advance of your travel date. Charges may apply for some visas.

Travel Advice Update
The FCO travel advice for the USA has been updated with an amendment to the Entry requirements section - on 18 December 2015, the US Congress passed a Bill updating the requirements for the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP); under the new rules, with effect from 1 April 2016 all travellers wishing to enter the US under the VWP will need to hold a passport with an integrated chip.

The web-based Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) requires all passengers (including infants) travelling via or to the USA to apply for authority to travel a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel. You may be denied boarding or refused entry to the US if you have not registered and obtained authorisation. To apply visit the official website:   A charge of UD$21 per person (subject to change) will apply and must be paid by either credit or debit card.

Customs and Border Protection programme Global Entry gets pre-approved travellers through border control faster at some US airports. If you’re a British citizen and a frequent visitor to the USA you can now register to get a UK background check on If you pass the background checks, you’ll be invited to apply for Global Entry.

Passengers not travelling on a British Passport are advised to contact their relevant Foreign & Commonwealth office for individual Visa requirements.

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Health facilities, hygiene and disease risks vary worldwide and you should take health advice about your specific needs from your general practitioner or a specialist clinic as early as possible before travel. Those planning to become pregnant should discuss their travel plans with their healthcare provider to assess their risk of infection with Zika. For information about Zika, other mosquito-borne diseases (such as Dengue fever and Chikungunya), Lyme Disease (caused by tick bites), and to receive advice on mosquito bite avoidance measures, please visit Insect and tick bite avoidance. In addition, we highly recommend that you seek specialist advice from your doctor and, where recommended, obtain vaccinations or tablets for protection against, for example: Malaria, Hepatitis A, Polio and Typhoid. In some cases, treatments for Malaria should begin well in advance of travel. Travellers may also be required to show Yellow Fever Certificates on arrival in certain destinations i.e, some African countries. Please note that you are strongly advised against scuba-diving for 24 hours before travelling by air. We would also like to draw your attention to the risk of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) and recommend that you consult with your doctor before travelling. Visit the FCDO website and select your destination country for the very latest travel advice: Foreign Travel Advice. Additional sources of information include: Public Health England, The National Travel Health And Network Centre, Foreign And Commonwealth Office and your General Practitioner or a specialised clinic.

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