The Equality State is located in the Midwest of the United States. No other state has fewer inhabitants than Wyoming. As a result, the natural landscape here is basically untouched and can be enjoyed without the trappings of modern life. In fact, you should even expect to encounter deer, bears or elks on your winter vacation here! Wonderful Wyoming is surrounded by mountain ranges: in the east of the state you'll find the majestic Great Plains and in the west the impressive Rocky Mountains. The most famous resort in the state is called Jackson Hole, which is located on the edge of Grand Teton National Park. It provides more than 1,000 ha of slopes and is especially popular among proficient and skilled skiers. The legendary descent Corbet's Colouir at Rendezvous Mountain is an expert line you mustn't miss. Winter sport enthusiasts have to drop down some four meters into a rocky chute which is as exhilarating as it is terrifying!
In White Pine you'll encounter a more relaxed and laid-back atmosphere. The oldest ski resort in Wyoming is famous for its impeccable service and family-friendliness. In contrast, if you like the sound of riding a snowcat into untouched terrain for some serious powder action, head to Grand Targhee. You can rent private snowcats and use them to access the resort's very own “Snowcat Zone”. Snowy Range's fantastic location in the middle of Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest also makes it well worth a visit.
If you are travelling to Wyoming, we recommend flying to Jackson Hole. 13 cities in the United States offer direct connections to Jackson Hole, including New York, Chicago and Washington D.C..