In Northern Colorado
- The Wyoming Companion Wyoming's Premier Magazine and Journal of the West & Western Travel Celebrating the scenic beauty, history, arts, and events of Wyoming and the West. Be sure to check out their "Best of the West" Sites!
- Cheyenne,Wyoming "Where the pavement ends and the west begins."
- Visit the Old West Museum in Cheyenne which houses one of the nation's largest carriage collections--more that 125 horse drawn vehicles ranging from carts to freight wagons.
- Cheyenne Frontier Days, "Grandaddy Of 'Em All"-- the world's largest rodeo, celebrating their 100th anniversary in 1996.
- The city of Laramie, Wyoming with a map of surrounding area.
- Wyoming Screen Savers, Wildflowers, Etc Visit this page for some very nice free screen savers of areas in Southern Wyoming, images of Wyoming wildflowers, and much more in the way of software, and services.
- Fort Laramie, Wyoming: This military post on the Oregon Trail marked the gateway to the Rocky Mountains.
- Good information on the history of Fort Laramie and the military interaction with the Indians.
- The Encampment River Wilderness covers over 10,400 acres of forested land south and west of Laramie, Wyoming.At an average elevation of 7,800 feet, this is a rugged area in which to hike and camp.
- Some very good general information about Wyoming including sightseeing, a bit of history, historic sites, recreational areas.
- Medicine Bow National Forest: great recreational areas to the west and east of Laramie.
- Tie Siding, Wyoming--a spot on the map between Fort Collins and Laramie, near Willow Springs, first stage station north of Virginia Dale.
- Fort Laramie National Historic Park information from the Park Service.
- NSBOL Index to other Colorado and Wyoming communities. Be sure to check out the NSBOL US Community Page Index, and the "Community Spotlight of the Week," to find web sites for other communities all over the US.
- Chimney Rock the most famous landmark on the Oregon Trail.
- Fort Kearny State Recreation Area has good information on activities in and around the area, including the Fort Kearny Hike and Bike Trail following the South Platte.
- Ash Hollow State Historical Park: one can see where the bones of prehistoric ancient mammals that once roamed the Great Plains have been found, and also deep wagon ruts on the Oregon Trail.
- Scotts Bluff National Monument and The Oregon Trail Museum which contains selections of historical interpretative literature and exhibits of the westward migration on the Trails West.
- Yellowstone National Park. Visit this web site for everything you'll ever need to know about the park. It's an index for over 1100 sites, broken down into 22 categories, from Biology, Ecology, Lodging, Hunting, Fine Art...too many to name.
- Janet's Rocky Mountain Home Page has all sorts of links to other Colorado and Wyoming pages, western dance floor etiquette, western wear links, Rednecks, even a "Pick-up Truck Home Page."
- Mule Mail: From high tech to low trek. Mail delivery by mules? Still happening in the Grand Canyon!
- Trapper's Rendezvous at Bear Lake, Utah.
- Are We There Yet?--mileage calculations between towns.
- The Hundred Dollar Hamburger a pilot's guide to restaurants around the world.
- Don't pass up "Links to Trails West and other history sites, which also includes places to visit along the other "overland trails" into the west.
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