Wyoming is sky-high pines, sweeping plains, snaking rivers and desert expanse… all that and the Equality State is just getting started. If you’ve ever wondered “What’s in Wyoming?” the answer is: a whole lot more than you ever imagined. From the rugged Rockies to the towering Tetons, this land of dramatic scenery is home to the nation’s first national monument—Devils Tower—in the east and the world’s first national park—Yellowstone—in the west. Shoshone National Forest was also the first to be designated in the U.S., but Wyoming doesn’t like to brag—it just lets its natural beauty speak for itself. And while words can’t fully capture the magic of this place, your memories can.