A warm, dry summer has given away to our traditional cool, crisp fall conditions. Two significant storm systems have impacted the Wind River Range since late August dropping the seasons first snow falls. These early season storms rarely have lasting … 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.
Beartooth Publishing – North Wind River Range Map
Topographic, shaded relief map for the Northern half of the Wind River Range. This waterproof map gives trail mileage and covers: Northern Bridger Wilderness Fitzpatrick Wilderness Gannett Peak White Pine Resort Trails Green River Lakes Trailhead Elkhart Park Trailhead
Beartooth Publishing – South Wind River Range Map
Topographic, shaded relief map for the Southern half of the Wind River Range. This waterproof map gives trail mileage and covers: Southern Bridger Wilderness Popo Agie Wilderness Cirque of the Towers Sinks Canyon State Park Big Sandy Trailhead Middle Fork Popo Agie Trailhead
Climbing and Hiking in the Wind River Mountains
Completely updated and revised with color photos, covering backcountry travel in the Wind River Mountains. Contains maps and trail recommendations, climbing and hiking routes to reach summits, and overview maps for each area. If you are planning a climbing trip … Read More
Latest from the Blog
Summer is in full effect here in the Winds, and there are just a few updates to report: 1) The Cliff Creek Fire is burning in Hoback Canyon north of the Wind River Range near Bondurant. The fire started on … Read More
Backpacking season is almost in full swing! The spring thaw is off and folks are anxious to get into the Wind River backcountry. A full through-hike of the range isn’t yet possible, but getting to the most popular destinations, i.e. … Read More