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Wyoming Overview

Population 563,626
Capital Cheyenne
Largest Cities Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette
Topography Forests, mountains, rivers
Climate Semi-arid and cold
Time Zone Mountain Time/GMT -7
Lifestyles Fishing/hunting, mountains, scenic, skiing
Important Annual Events February: Jackson Hole Winterfest. July: Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Popular Real Estate Locations Cheyenne, Jackson Hole

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Wyoming is located in the northwestern quadrant of the United States. Most of the state is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, and the rest is prairie. Although it is a large state in terms of land area, it is the country’s least populous state, which means there are plenty of wide, open spaces for its residents to enjoy.

Cheyenne is the capital and the most populous city in Wyoming. It is also one of the windiest cities in America and is becoming a center for wind energy development. Numerous parks, a greenway system, and several golf courses create excellent opportunities for enjoying the outdoors.

Jackson Hole is a valley near Wyoming’s western border, between the Teton Range and the Gros Ventre Range. Its steep terrain and heavy annual snowfall make it a favorite place for skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, and more. Much of the land in and around the valley is located within the boundaries of several national parks, ensuring the protection of the natural landscape for years to come.

Real estate in Wyoming includes ranches, log homes, ski resort properties, lake properties, and mountain properties, along with residential properties in town centers. Wyoming real estate is perfect for home buyers who want a vacation retreat or a primary residence in an incredibly scenic and open area.

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