"Wyoming is one of the best places in the world and I honestly can't imagine living anywhere else."

That's how one resident describes the Cowboy State in Visit The USA's "Ask A Local" video series. Produced by the nationwide travel site, the documentary features spectacular footage of Wyoming landscapes, history, and culture.

Along the way, the virtual tour spotlights many of Wyoming's most majestic landmarks, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, and the Wind River Canyon. As they travel across the state, the prevailing themes are scenery and seclusion.

"Wyoming is really one of the last places on earth where you can see things that explorers like Lewis and Clark saw for the first time and have that same reaction. It's not impeded by skyscrapers or big building or tons of crowds, it's just raw, natural, untapped beauty," one commenter observed.