A very wet June is ending, and looking towards July, we are heading into a dry weather pattern. We will still see some nighttime alpine thunderstorms and light rain, but nothing like the consistently wet June we have had.
Watching the mountains from the valley, it feels like you can see the snow melting from my porch. That said, I still have no confirmed reports of hikers going to or coming from Titcomb Basin or the Cirque via Jackass Pass. If you are strong and or brave enough to make it back there, please let me know!
Now that many of the trails are starting to open up more, I will start talking about the snow bridge to Gannett. It’s still there and will be for the next couple of weeks. I’ll do my best to keep you readers posted when it starts to disappear.
Lakes in the Winds are starting to show signs of ice off, so get ready for fishing season. Along with fishing season, bug season is officially here. The mosquitoes are emerging from a long winter and are out searching for blood, so bring bug spray.
As always, please respect the woods, be bear aware, and leave no trace!
GOTCo, Pinedale Area Hiking/Fishing Shuttles
Recreate Responsibly, Friends of the Bridger-Teton
Bear Wise Wyoming, WY Fish & Game
Wyoming Fishing Regulations, WY Fish & Game