As summer comes to a close, fall in Wyoming welcomes cooler temperatures, vibrant colors and an abundance of outdoor recreation. Fewer visitors make it an ideal time to slow down and take it all in.  With miles of mountain trails, the sounds of birds chirping and leaves rustling, get of- the-beaten path and out of the car with these 10 ways to see fall colors. Fall is also a wonderful time to visit Wyoming's national parks and monuments. 

Embrace the season while attending fall festivals, strolling down our historic main streets, and stopping in to a local farmer’s market. If Octoberfest is your fall favorite, be sure to check out our local breweries and bakeries for seasonal specialties. For a family-friendly fall, visit a pumpkin patch, get lost in a corn maze or be spooked during a historical ghost tour.

If the road is calling your name, don’t miss the picture-perfect fall foliage, on these 6 amazing fall drives. Be sure to pack your camera to capture the best of the season. While you're planning, remember to order your free Wyoming Travelers Journal.