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Drive Trip from Salida to Wyoming

Stay In Salida Blog - The Wyo Theatre in Laramie, Wyoming

Revive the Wyo!!!

Interested in a Drive Trip from Salida to Wyoming? If you want to check out a neat little uberwestern town (Population c. 30,000), I’d recommend taking the 4.5 hour drive north to Laramie, Wyoming. It’s somewhere between present day hipster and lost in 1890. The airbnb I stayed in was just a block up from their old theater, the Wyo, which the town is trying hard to revive. Sweet lil place for sure!

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