We all know how remarkable Wyoming’s landscapes are, but it’s hard to truly appreciate the vast beauty of the Cowboy State until you’ve seen it from the air. This aerial footage of Wyoming of a bird’s eye view will give you an incredible perspective of the vast plains, rugged mountains, beauty of the two combined and striking contrasts that make our landscape so breathtaking and unique. In fact, these are some of the most spectacular sights you will ever see in North America.

This aerial footage by YouTube user, SkyworksHD covers Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Bighorn National Forest, Boysen State Park, the Wind River Mountains and Jackson. The sights of wild horses, Boar’s Tusk, and the remarkable features of Northwestern Wyoming are sure to remind you of why you’ve fallen in love with Wyoming in the first place.

Northwestern Wyoming never looked so good! The views of Yellowstone from above are always absolutely mesmerizing, and you can almost see yourself on the top of Grand Teton – all it takes it a little imagination.

Wyoming’s wild horses, shown in the video around the McCullough Peaks, are descendents of settlers’ horses who escaped from their herds. If you want to see them up close, you can take a tour through the region! You’ll Be Face To Face With Wild Mustangs On This Tour Through Wyoming’s McCullough Peaks, and it’s sure to be a memorable experience.

Yellowstone National Park was the country’s first National Park, and its thermal features make for an unforgettable landscape. The hot springs and geysers are remarkable attractions, but they come with a bit of danger. Read about the park’s surprisingly dark and dangerous history here.

Grand Teton National Park is home to some of the best hikes in the country! Hike To The Top Of Wyoming’s Inspiration Point For Some Of The Most Breathtaking Views Around,

For other spectacular Wyoming sights, check out: See Wyoming Like You’ve Never Seen It Before In This Stunning Timelapse Footage.

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What are the most well known parks in Wyoming?

Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park are two of the most famous parks in Wyoming. Locals also love Curt Gowdy State Park (and its hidden waterfall!), Boysen State Park, and Guernsey State Park, where you can see Oregon Trail wagon ruts.

What are the oldest attractions in Wyoming?

Some of the oldest attractions in Wyoming were the first tourist traps along the Oregon Trail. Ayres Bridge itself is millions of years old, and it's been drawing tourists for centuries. Fossil Butte is another prehistoric landmark, and Independence Rock was nicknamed the register of the West when hundreds of migrants carved their name into this monolith.

Where are the most beautiful lakes in Wyoming?

Wyoming's high alpine zones are home to the best lakes in the state. Grand Teton National Park is home to a handful that are easy to access, like Phelps, Bradley, Jenny, and Taggart Lake. While you're in the park, make the challenging hike to Delta Lake!

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