|- Total||97,818 sq mi
|- Width||280 miles (450 km)|
|- Length||360 miles (580 km)|
|- % water||0.7|
|- Latitude||41°N to 45°N|
|- Longitude||104°3'W to 111°3'W|
|Number of people||Ranked 52th|
|- Total (2010)||563,626|
|- Density||5.8/sq mi
|Height above sea level|
|- Highest point||Gannett Peak
13,804 ft (4,210 m)
|- Average||6,700 ft (2,044 m)|
|- Lowest point||Belle Fourche River
3,099 ft (945 m)
|Became part of the U.S.||July 10, 1890 (44th)|
|Governor||Matt Mead (R)|
|U.S. Senators||John Barrasso (R)
Mike Enzi (R)
|Time zone||Mountain: UTC-7/-6|
Wyoming is a state in the western United States. Most of the state is in the Rocky Mountains, a large mountain range in the United States. Wyoming is the state with the fewest people in the U.S., and it has 509,294 people. Its capital and biggest city is Cheyenne.
In Wyoming, 91% of the land is rural.
The Gross state product for Wyoming was $27.4 billion in 2005.
Famous People from Wyoming[change]
Cities and Towns in Wyoming[change]
- Big Piney
- Green River
- Hot Springs
- Jackson Hole
- La Barge
- Lance Creek
- Pine Bluffs
- Rock Springs
- Ten Sleep
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- "Elevations and Distances in the United States". U.S Geological Survey. 29 April 2005. http://erg.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/booklets/elvadist/elvadist.html#Highest. Retrieved 2006-11-9.