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Wyoming Guides

  • Camping in Yellowstone

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  • Oregon Trail Historic Byway

    chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff)
    Before roads were paved, before railroad tracks were set, and before most people knew exactly what lay beyond the Rocky Mountains, if you wanted to head west, you boarded a wagon and took the Oregon Trail. Stretching 1,932 miles from Missouri to Oregon, it took up to five months to travel in its entirety, on a route that did not make for an easy journey. Food was scarce, weather was unpredictable, and the terrain was bumpy, wet, mountainous, and often dangerous. But despite these harsh conditions, in just the three years between 1849 and 1852, over 150,000 intrepid pioneers went “westernizing” on the trail. By the time the Transcontinental Railroad was completed in 1869, nearly half a million settlers, farmers, miners, ranchers, and families had traveled west in search of fertile land, better jobs, and a new life. Today, there is no better way to experience the lasting pioneer spirit of America’s westward expansion than by following the original trail, a 57-mile route paralleling the North Platte River through southeast Wyoming. Deep gouges from thousands of wagon wheels are still visible, along with the names of travelers inscribed into landmark rocks along the way. Walk in the footsteps of history while following this iconic route of American pioneers.
  • yellowstone national park in 1 day

    leah (Leah Fishman)
  • Things to Do in Yellowstone

    jrfrancis (Rich Francis)
  • Roadtrip to Bryce Canyon and Yellowstone

    stillontheroad (Giada Matera)
    Here is an itinerary for my upcoming trip to Bryce Canyon National Park and Yellowstone National Park. These two have been on top of NP bucket list for so long!!
  • Best Hikes in Yellowstone

    jrfrancis (Rich Francis)
  • Cozy And Welcoming National Park Hotels

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    In case camping isn’t your thing, don’t fret- we have selected some of the most quaint and cozy hotels nestled into the most iconic national parks across the USA. Whether you want to glamp (that’s camping with some needed amenities and luxury) in the California desert, or snuggle up in an elegant, historical hotel just steps away from the steep slopes of The Grand Canyon check out these unique and welcoming lodges to refresh yourself for busy adventuring days.
  • Yellowstone Hotels

    jrfrancis (Rich Francis)
  • Things to Do in Grand Teton National Park

    jrfrancis (Rich Francis)
  • Destinations That Feel Unreal

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Golden temples reflecting in blue waters, pigs swimming in a tropical paradise, and a mysterious eye-shaped geological feature staring right into outer space- this list features some of our planet's most otherworldly destinations. Whether you want to travel to a hidden hilltop village in Italy for some artistic inspo, or spend the day exploring the lush forests of China, this list is for the adventurous and creative.
  • Breathtaking Natural Swimming Holes Throughout The US

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Throughout the country, there are astonishing natural pools that attract visitors far and wide to take an enchanting dip in cool, clear waters and witness picturesque surroundings. From gem-like circles of turquoise water in the desert to beautiful waterfalls feeding iridescent depths, these are our all-time favorite swimming holes to have an adventurous soak in the US. Make sure to check up on any safety concerns or rules before trekking out to these spots, they are considered adventurous for a reason.
  • Hot Springs Around The World With Breathtaking Views

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Nourishment and wellness properties, entrenched in aesthetics, pristine nature, and the breathtaking beauty of mother earth- we have put together a list of some of the most incredible hot springs around the world. Enjoy luxury spa experiences, wilderness treks, and massive steaming shores, these hot springs are sure to bubble up some excitement for your next getaway.
  • 10 Most Visited National Parks in 2020

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    From the glistening waterfalls of Glacier park to the unique wildlife at the rocky coastline of Acadia, the USA has no shortage of vast national park treasures. We love visiting national parks for the incredible views and chance to immerse ourselves amongst nature and friendly wildlife. Here are the top 10 most visited national parks across the nation, and personal favorites of the Seeker team.
  • America's Abandoned Ghost Towns

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Ghost towns in America have long intrigued people old and young. Moments are frozen in time at these uncanny towns; ranches in the Old West, coal mining towns, and modern toxic cities, any explorer or history nerd is sure to discover something new at these historical destinations. Experience the California gold rush, or witness the decaying beauty of archival architecture. As the world rushes for “new, new, new” we love taking a moment to reflect on the history that echoes in old structures, and these preserved ghost towns across the country are a passage into ages past, continuously overlooking our modern achievements in antique silence. Let’s try time traveling today Seekers, and take a look into the mysterious and fascinating world of America’s ghost towns.
  • Beautiful Places in Nature

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  • My Travel Bucket List

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  • coziest winter getaways

    leah (Leah Fishman)
  • Unbelievable Natural Hot Springs

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Gorgeous geothermally heated water rising from the earth's crust is one of nature's greatest gifts, providing stress reduction as well as aiding with skin concerns. Along with wellness benefits, hot springs also make for an entirely luxurious spa-like experience, and with these glowing pools of stunning and fresh heated water existing around the world, there are plenty of picturesque destinations to sample throughout your travels. We put together a list of the most impressive natural hot springs from around the globe so you can truly indulge in relaxation with destinations including mountainous landscapes, opulent palaces, and luxury spas. Let's take a dip, seekers.
  • Famous Ski Towns Around the World

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  • Iconic Places in the US

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    These monumental locations have maintained their status as bucket list-worthy travel destinations. Whether it's the iconic Hollywood sign that transports you into a movie or the dirt roads of Route 66, these landmarks are distinguished in how they have influenced culture across the US. Inspiring natural wonders, incredible architecture, sobering memorials, and outright stunning achievements of humanity: enjoy our Seeker-approved list of the most iconic landmarks in the US.

Wyoming Articles

  • Top Places to See Fall Foliage in the US 2023

    In hues of amber, crimson, and ochre, fall conjures up cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice, and fabulous fall foliage Predicting the best time to see the leaves change is tricky, but many states offer foliage trackers to help travelers time their trips. Looking at past peak periods can also help predict the best time to take […]

  • Grand Teton National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Prepare to be stunned by Grand Teton National Park. A wonderland of gnarled and twisted rock spires that jut to over 4,100 meters above sea level, it occupies a 40-mile stretch of the great Rocky Mountains, just 10 miles south of Yellowstone. But it’s not just soaring summits here. Landscapes range from wildflower meadows to […]

  • Yellowstone National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023

    Spread over three states and covering a hiking-boot-battering 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park is one of the most iconic national parks in all of America. Clichés aside, it’s the stuff of superlatives. It was the first of the designated national parks in the USA. It lays claim to 60% of the planet’s natural geysers. […]