Wyoming Base and Elevation Maps
The two maps shown here are digital base and elevation maps of Wyoming.
||This Wyoming base map highlights the location of the state capitol,
major cities throughout the state. Portions of Wyoming's border states,
included to show the relationship between Wyoming and its neighbors. A small inset shows Wyoming among the
other 47 Continental United States.
|Wyoming base map
||This elevation map of Wyoming illustrates the number of feet or meters the
state rises above sea level.
Wyoming has the
second highest low point in the United
States, behind only Colorado. The state's low point is at the Belle Fourche River (3,099 feet above sea level).
The highest point in Wyoming is
located about 58 miles northwest of
Also the highest point in the
Wind River Range
in the central Rocky Mountains, the slopes of Gannett Peak lie within
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Shoshone National Forest
west-central part of the state.
Gannett Peak reaches a height of 13,804 feet above sea level
[ Topographic map
| Arial photograph ]
|Wyoming elevation map
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