The Green River 360 CFS at Warren Bridge Gauging Station The Green River is fishing well up high-the access road is still closed, but it is worth a hike. Down low we are seeing muddy water from the rain and … Read More
The Great Outdoor Shop is proud to offer guided fly fishing trips on some of the finest and most secluded trout water in the Rockies. The Wind River Range boasts the Green River and the New Fork River, and our guides have been fishing and guiding on these waters for over three decades.
The Great Outdoor Transportation Company (GOTCO) provides custom transportation for your recreational needs! Specializing in shuttles from regional airports and adjacent communities to and around Pinedale, as well as to your entrance/exit trailhead or boat ramp for your fishing trip.
Grand Teton Impressions
Farcountry Press continues its Impressions Series with a book featuring local photographers Henry H. Holdsworth and Fred Pflughoft, as they showcase Grand Teton National Park over the course of four beautiful seasons. This book is a welcome addition to any … Read More
Local historian Ann Noble extensively researched Pinedale’s rich history and the history of Sublette County, and in collaboration with locals from the region compiled this illustrative book. Full of historic photos and stories handed down from one generation to the … Read More
Wind River Range Impressions
Farcountry Press focuses more locally in Wind River Range Impressions. The imagery of Fred Pflughoft and others combine to portray this hidden part of the Rockies from snow covered peaks to summer wildflowers. If you’ve been to the Winds, you … Read More
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We are so excited to announce that Pinedale, Wyoming is the FIRST Continental Divide Trail Gateway Community in Wyoming!! Having gone through the designation process over the past 4 months, the Continental Divide Trail Coalition has approved our application, and we … Read More
DATE: October 15, 2015 TRAILHEAD: Trail # 041, Wyoming Range ITINERARY: Forest Road # 10126 Trail # 041 DISTANCE: 14 miles roundtrip ELEVATION: 3,500 feet (1,000 ft two track and 2,500 ft single track) DIFFICULTY: Strenuous MAPS: Bridger Teton … Read More