Wyoming March 31, 2020
11 Of The Most Instagrammable Spots In Wyoming That Will Have You Dreaming About Summer
While we’re stuck inside due to COVID-19, it helps to daydream about some of the most beautiful places in the Cowboy State. When we’re finally able to get out and explore again, grab your camera and head out to these incredible photo spots in Wyoming to capture their beauty for yourself – and your social media accounts!
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Salt River Pass & The Lander Cutoff
The view from the Salt River Pass turnout is one of the most underrated in Wyoming. You'll be able to see for miles across the land and catch sight of the rugged landscape of the historic Oregon Trail.
2. Moulton Barn
The TA Moulton Barn on Mormon Row is one of the most iconic buildings in Wyoming. Wake up early to catch sunrise there and you'll be sure to capture a memorable moment.
3. Oxbow Bend
Oxbow Bend is one of the wonders of Grand Teton National Park that was made famous by Ansel Adams. Mount Moran looks beautiful in any light, but sunset here is truly a wonder.
4. Jenny Lake
Jenny Lake may be the most peaceful shoreline in the world. This is another spot that's wonderful at sunrise.
5. Norris Geyser Basin
The magnificent Norris Geyser Basin showcases some of the most active thermal features in the world! You'll be sure to catch an image of a steaming vent, erupting geyser, or bubbling hot spring.
6. Dead Indian Pass
The Chief Joseph Scenic Byway may be the most spectacular drive you'll ever take in the Cowboy State. At its highest point, Dead Indian Pass, pull over to see the views and learn the story of Chief Joseph himself.
7. West Thumb Geyser Basin
While West Thumb isn't as active as Norris, you'll find some of the most beautiful thermal pools here. The brilliantly blue and aquamarine water is unreal.
8. Chapel of the Transfiguration
The famous Chapel of the Transfiguration is a remarkable and inspiring place to visit in Grand Teton, and the view of the cross between the mountains is one we never tire of seeing.
9. Sunlight Bridge
Sunlight Creek Bridge is the highest bridge in Wyoming, and the views from the bridge itself and the turnout make for incredible photos.
10. J. Pierce Cunningham Ranch
Catch breathtaking Teton views from this two room frontier cabin. This historic site is part of Grand Teton National Park, and it's one of the quietest spots in the area.
11. Grand Prismatic Spring
Grand Prismatic Spring is an iconic part of Wyoming's landscape. This Yellowstone National Park landmark will take your breath away - and make for a remarkable photo.
Where have you taken your favorite pictures of the Cowboy State? Share your favorite photo spots in Wyoming in our
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