Modern Wyoming is wildlife and wild lands. Located in the Rocky Mountain section of the western United States, Wyoming has the second highest mean elevation in the country (6,700 feet above sea level). The climate is semi-arid, but due to its elevation, Wyoming is also relatively cool.
Founded by Colonel William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, the Yellowstone/Cody Country area is officially Park County, Wyoming, gateway to Yellowstone National Park. We live and breathe the spectacular beauty of the area every day. Here are some key facts in a nutshell that might help you plan your next adventure.