In Plain Sight: Wyoming

A summer trip to the Cowboy State includes the state's top cowboy town, the heritage of our first national park, celebrating the National Day of the American Cowboy, and the birthplace of American Cowboy magazine!

Top 12 Cowboy Towns: In Wyoming, Cody takes the #1 spot this year.

National Day of the American Cowboy: Wyoming’s U.S. Senator, Mike Enzi, talks about his home state, cowboy culture across America, and the National Day of the American Cowboy.

American Cowboy Roots: It is perfectly fitting that this magazine and the first “Western” can trace their roots to the same town of Buffalo, Wyo.

Behind the Brand: The Padlock Ranch has a long history of sustainability and horsemanship in the Cowboy State.

America’s First: Though dedicated to the American public since 1872, Yellowstone National Park is as wild today as it was back then.

Wyoming’s Native Son: Chris LeDoux traveled the rodeo and music circuits across the country but never stopped calling the Cowboy State home.

Soak it all up: Enjoy this three-day itinerary that has you soaking in the hot springs, getting horseback, and eating great food in Thermopolis.

Historic Dude Ranches: Wyoming is home to four out of 10 of the West’s most historic guest ranches.

Riding the Range: Mount up with Bridger Wilderness Outfitters for a high country, pack trip adventure through Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton Wilderness along the Great Divide.

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