Wyoming landmarks

History of the Hotel Wolf
History of the Hotel Wolf
123 years ago this week, one of Wyoming's most beloved landmarks opened for business. On New Year's Eve, 1893, Frederick G. Wolf hosted a masquarade ball, welcoming the public inside his grand, victorian style Hotel Wolf in Saratoga. Guests from all over the region attended the affair, which lasted into the wee hours of the morning...
WYO's Most Demonic Places
WYO's Most Demonic Places
Devils Tower National Monument is one of Wyoming's most recognized landmarks, but it's not the only 'devlish' destination in the Cowboy State. Here's five other places with demonic designations. The Devil's Backbone - Named after a ridge of jagged rocks in Natrona County, Devil's Backbone was once considered the best place for frontier settlers to make it through the narrow trail by wagon... Read
Wyoming Rocks
Wyoming Rocks
The great state of Wyoming is known for its majestic landscapes: The Grand Tetons, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Gannett Peak, Vedauwoo...and a rock formation near the town of Riverside that bears a striking resemblance to the male reproductive organ...
Vedauwoo Video
Vedauwoo Video
Filmmaker Brian Guice was born and raised in Laramie. As a child, he fell in love with Vedauwoo, the majestic mountain range located between his hometown and Cheyenne. Now an avid outdoorsman, Guice spent over a year collecting images for his recently released time-lapse video...