With a total of 11 national parks, recreation areas, historic trails, monuments, and sites, the Equality State offers hundreds of adventurous opportunities for locals and tourists. Go on morning mountain bike laps on Teton Pass; hike up to Phelps Lake in Grand Teton National Park; and river surf down the Snake River. While Jackson Hole, where you can ski right into the city in the winter, is the most famous place in Wyoming, as it borders Grand Teton national Park and is very close to Yellowstone, Lander is a known for its sport climbing opportunities. Yellowstone contains approximately one-half of the world’s hydrothermal features, according to the National Parks Service. There are more than 10,000 hydrothermal features, including over 300 geysers.