Part overgrown cowtown, part state capital, Cheyenne is a small city (but also Wyoming's largest, with about 60,000 residents).
Located in the southeast corner of the state, it's a long drive from Yellowstone and Teton National Parks. Most people only make the trip during the city's most famous event, Frontier Days, a week in late July packed with such events as the world's biggest outdoor rodeo, Native American dances, parades of old covered wagons, a western-art show and what has to be the biggest pancake breakfast in the country (more than 100,000 flapjacks are served free each year).
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