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Getting There -- Great Lakes Aviation (tel. 800/554-5111; www.greatlakesav.com) flies daily into the Cheyenne Regional Airport (tel. 307/634-7071; www.cheyenneairport.com) on East 8th Avenue, but most people choose to fly directly in and out of Denver International Airport (tel. 800/247-2336; www.flydenver.com), 101 miles south of Cheyenne in Colorado on I-25, and rent a car to drive into Wyoming from there.

By bus, you can get here with Greyhound (tel. 800/554-5111; www.greyhound.com). The bus depot (tel. 307/635-1327) is at 5401 Walker Rd.

To get to Cheyenne from Casper, take I-25 south for 180 miles. From Rock Springs in the southwest part of the state, take I-80 east for 258 miles.

Visitor Information -- The Cheyenne Area Convention and Visitors Bureau in the lovingly restored Cheyenne Depot, 1 Depot Square, 121 W. 15th St., Ste. 200 (tel. 800/426-5009 outside Wyoming, or 307/778-3133; www.cheyenne.org), has a variety of brochures and local maps, including the "Cheyenne Historic Downtown Walking Tour" and the "Downtown Cheyenne Map." Just outside of town, you can also get information at the Wyoming Information Center, operated by the Wyoming Division of Tourism, located just off I-25 at College Drive.

Getting Around -- Avis (tel. 800/230-4898) and Hertz (tel. 800/654-3131) have airport counters. For a taxi, call Capital City Cab ([tel) 307/632-8294). Expect to pay about $10 for a ride from the airport to downtown.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.