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Wyoming is the last bastion of the West, where bold, independent and curious spirits are encouraged to forge their own way to adventure both big and small. The state can be divided into four different regions each leading to our national parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton. The regions provide a unique road trip with hidden gems, state parks, western culture and more along the way. Find out more about Wyoming here.
In Wyoming, an assortment of culinary experiences await. From small-town signature dishes to one-of-a-kind truffles, something exists for every traveller’s taste buds. Here we highlight a couple of our favourite stops starting in northeast Wyoming and then moving across and down the state. See our suggested itinerary for sampling food & drink across the state.
Day 1: Fly UK to Billings, MT
Pick up your car hire at the airport and drive to your first hotel in Buffalo, Wyoming (a 2.5-hour drive). Your home for the next 2 nights is 3-star Historic Capitol Hotel Vacation Suites. Featuring air conditioning, Historic Capitol Hotel Vacation Suites offers locally owned accommodations in Buffalo on historic Main Street. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on-site. The accommodation features a cable TV with over 300 premium channels. There is a seating and/or dining area in all units. There is also a fully-equipped kitchen. A washing machine and tumble dryer are also available. Guests have free use of bicycles, backpacks and fishing rods at the property.
Day 2: Big Lost Meadery, Gillette WY
Today, set off for an hour-long drive to the Big Lost Meadery in Gillette Wyoming. Home to Wyoming’s only meadery, Gillette brings thirsty visitors in from near and far. At Big Lost Meadery, you can drink like a Game of Thrones character (we think) with fermented honey wine straight out of a horn. Find out more about Big Lost Meadery here.
Afterwards, Stop by Ice Cream Cafe for a sweet treat. With over 20 flavours of homemade ice cream, you’re bound to find something to suit your palette in this family-owned local favourite. For dinner, there’s a plethora of American, Italian and Mexican restaurants to sate your appetite, we’d recommend the Historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo.
Day 3: Sheridan to Cody
Today you’ll start your drive towards Cody, WY (3.5-4 hours). We’d recommend taking the I-90 W, and stopping by The Brinton Museum, in Big Horn on the way. The Brinton Museum, located on the 620-acre historic Quarter Circle A Ranch in Big Horn, offers an authentic view into the life and lifestyle of a Western gentleman and art collector, Bradford Brinton, who was a patron and friend of many of the most celebrated 19th- and 20th-century Western artists and avid collector of American Indian art and artefacts. This museum is definitely worth a visit, especially the on-site Bistro for a spot of lunch before hitting the road again.
Make your way to 3-star Buffalo Bill Cabin Village, your hotel for the next 4 nights.
Day 4: Ten Sleep, WY
Today you’ll head back out of Cody, to the small town of Ten Sleep (2 hours from your hotel). Here you’ll find the family-owned and operated Ten Sleep Brewing Company. Pop in and Ten Sleep locals will be happy to share it with you. The brewery is a perfect place to relax with a cold beer after ascending one of the hundreds of sport-climbing routes in Ten Sleep Canyon. While you’re in town, why not visit brush off your boots and hat and visit the Ten Sleep Rodeo Association? Read A Postcard from Cody for more inspiration.
Day 5: Meeteetse, WY
Head out on the road again today for the blink-and-you-might-miss-it town of Meeteetse (30 minutes from your hotel). Choose from truffle flavours like prickly pear, Wyoming Whiskey and huckleberry at Meeteetse Chocolatier. In the afternoon, head back to Cody to visit the Buffalo Bill Center of the west, an interactive Western museum with exhibitions dedicated to Buffalo Bill, firearms & natural history. Try some wood-fired pizzas at Trailhead Bar, and grab a whiskey at Proud Cut Saloon.
Day 6: Lake Yellowstone Hotel Dining Room, Yellowstone National Park
Today take a drive through Yellowstone National Park (2 hours from your hotel). Encompassing 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park is the second-largest national park in the lower 48. With so much to explore, including over 10,000 hydrothermal features, more than half the world’s geysers, 466 miles of road and over 92 trailheads, you’ll want to decide which features to visit before you arrive. From hiking and horseback riding to fishing and scenic wildlife tours, there are plenty of things to do across its 2 million acres. The iconic spots — Old Faithful, Lower Falls and Yellowstone Lake — may be familiar from paintings and photographs, but seeing them in person is a humbling, enthralling experience you can enjoy year-round.
Stop for dinner at Lake Yellowstone Hotel Dining Room before heading back to Cody. For a five-star experience, make a reservation at the Lake Hotel Dining Room on the shores of Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park. You will get to dig into dishes like Wyoming Legacy New York Strip Steak.
Day 7: Cody, WY – UK
Leave Cody and head back to Billings, MT (1.5-2 hours)to return the car hire and fly home.
Price correct as of 08/03/2023
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