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I visited Wyoming for the first time last year and immediately fell in love. I didn’t expect it. It’s not a place I ever really thought of, even though a co-worker moved there a few years ago to open a Bed & Breakfast near Yellowstone National Park. I remember thinking to myself who would go there and stay at a B&B? I had no idea of the beauty of Wyoming.
But from the moment we landed, I was smitten and since that trip I’ve planned to take my husband there because I think he’ll feel the same way. But for him I’d likely choose to go in winter to experience snow. Why? Because Wyoming as the perfect destination for winter travel. It’s said to have some of the best skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling in North America.
For us it will be to visit Yellowstone National Park under the cover of snow. The crowds of summer will be gone and replaced by a glistening landscape ready to be explored. Nordic skiing, ice skating, and snowshoeing are more our style – as is bird and nature watching – and all that can be done in the park. And maybe we’ll just check out that little B&B my friend is running. It looks like she knew something I didn’t all along.
Winter in Wyoming – Wyoming Office of Tourism
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