The Rocky Mountains plus the rugged beauty of Wyoming add up to create the ultimate vacation experience. With the mountains providing an imposing backdrop, visitors have an endless panorama of beauty as far as the eye can see. From the peaks of pure white snow-covered mountains to a rainbow of color during the fall and spring, the Rocky Mountains are a visual delight. While visiting Wyoming, plan your itinerary to include a trip to Cody for a glimpse of old west history at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and the Cody Firearms Museum. A trip to the Rockies would not be complete without visiting Yellowstone National Park and all it has to offer from the geyser basin where Old Faithful resides to the unusual formations of the mineral springs.
The Rocky Mountains in Wyoming are comprised of the Grand Teton in what is referred to as the Cathedral Range. With mountain ranges including the Wind River Range and Big Horn Mountains its no wonder, Wyoming is a pivotal destination when viewing the Rocky Mountains. While in Wyoming you can stay at one of the many Rocky Mountain cabin facilities offered there. Most cabins are constricted in a rustic, earthy fashion to instill the essence of old fashion pioneer living with the arability of modern comforts. Some Rocky mountain cabins are self-catering, while others offer a bed and breakfast option. Depending upon what you’re planning to accomplish, a rocky mountain cabin can act as a base of operation for hiking, swimming, or biking or even a place to spend leisurely time enjoying the view and breathing in the fresh air. It will certainly be easy to find a Rocky Mountain cabin to suit your needs.
Rocky Mountain vacations are at their peak times in the early to mid summer months. If you are planning on taking your vacation then, remember to book in advance. Most cabins and facilities offer on line or over the phone bookings. A Rocky Mountain tour is a fantastic way to see the Rocky Mountains without wearing yourself down. Rocky Mountain tours come in a variety of options. Two of the most popular options include a bus tour or a self-driven circuit of the Rocky Mountains. You can witness one range of mountains or can see them all on a well equipped/air conditioned tour bus - and you have the independence to atop whenever you like on a self-driven tour. Another option for a Rocky Mountain tour is by rail. These tours vary from two days up to 12 days with excursion options to view other attractions.
When making your vacation plans, consider Rocky Mountain cabin rentals as your choice in accommodations. A cozy rustic cabin provides guests with privacy plus all the amenities of home. When choosing a Rocky Mountain cabin, there are a variety of styles, sizes, and amenities such as fully equipped kitchen, television, wood-burning fireplace, hot tub, and outdoor grills. A Rocky Mountain cabin is the ideal vacation base for those interested in a mountain retreat with access to hiking and backpacking trails, sightseeing, and fishing. During the winter season, a Rocky Mountain cabin with a roaring fireplace is perfect to come home to after a day of hitting the slopes or taking a guided snowmobile tour of the countryside.
When visiting the Rocky Mountains, stop along the way and spend the night so you can take full advantage of area attractions, museums, and sightseeing tours. In Jackson, there is something for everyone when it comes to accommodations. From budget motels, inns and mid-range hotels with familiar names like Hilton and Quality Inn to luxury suites and resorts such as the Snow King Resort, you will find quality rooms and suites to suit your needs. In Cody, choose from motels, lodges, bed and breakfasts, or stay at the infamous Irma Hotel. Built in 1902, the hotel served old west celebrities including Buffalo Bill, Calamity Jane and Annie Oakley. Once you are settled in, hop aboard the Cody Trolley Tours for an in-depth guided tour of the city.