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Eastern Wyoming

Trailsa West Magazine is discovering what makes eastern Wyoming special among other regions of the United States through creative storytelling, and multimedia. Here is where history was made; where western expansion paved the trails to the west and where pioneers made their marks on history subsequently altering the course of a nation's people.

Journey through Eastern Wyoming

If you’re looking for a unique travel destination, Eastern Wyoming is definitely worth considering! Here are just a few reasons why you should plan a trip to this stunning region:

  1. Natural Beauty: Eastern Wyoming is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the country, including the towering peaks of the Rocky Mountains, vast prairies, and sparkling rivers.
  2. Outdoor Adventure: Whether you’re into hiking, biking, fishing, or wildlife watching, Eastern Wyoming has plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation. Visit places like Glendo State Park, the Medicine Bow National Forest, or the Thunder Basin National Grassland to experience the region’s natural beauty up close.
  3. Rich History: Eastern Wyoming is steeped in history, with numerous sites that tell the story of the region’s early settlers, Native American tribes, and pioneers. Visit places like the Fort Laramie National Historic Site or the Oregon Trail Ruts to learn more about the area’s past.
  4. Unique Attractions: From quirky roadside attractions like the World’s Largest Jackalope to cultural destinations like the Wyoming State Capitol Building, Eastern Wyoming has plenty of one-of-a-kind attractions that you won’t find anywhere else.
  5. Friendly Communities: Finally, one of the best things about Eastern Wyoming is the warm and welcoming communities that call the region home. Whether you’re in a small town or a larger city, you’re sure to encounter friendly locals who are eager to share their love of the area with visitors.

So if you’re looking for a travel destination that offers natural beauty, outdoor adventure, rich history, unique attractions, and friendly communities, look no further than Eastern Wyoming!

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Stories from Eastern Wyoming

The Wyoming Wine at Table Mountain Vineyards 

We didn't consider a winery when passing through eastern Wyoming. What we found was delicious and unforgettable.

Fort Laramie Historical Site

Fort Laramie, situated in Wyoming, USA, is an iconic historic site renowned for its crucial role in shaping the American West.

Discoveries at Powars II

The Clovis First model has come under debated attack as a result of discoveries found from southern Texas to the Pacific Northwest. Now. we can add Sunrise, Wyoming to that list

Jewish Immigrants Of Huntley Wyoming

Between 1881 and 1924, 3 million European Jewish immigrants poured into the United States disillusioned and in genuine danger of annihilation...

Carving History At Register Cliffs

Rising 100 feet above the floor of the North Platte River valley, near present day Guernsey, Wyoming, stands the easternmost of three emigrant recording areas in Wyoming.

The Death of Mni Akuwin – “Brings Water Home”

Mni Akuwin’s body rested, undisturbed, on this platform until 1876, when Spotted Tail had her remains moved from Fort Laramie and buried at what is now the Spotted Tail Cemetery in Rosebud, South Dakota.

Three-Mile Hog Ranch at Fort Laramie

While visiting Fort Laramie, take a detour to view another facet of its long and fascinating history at a lesser-known and more scandalous slice of Fort Laramie.
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