Trailhead Conditions Report 06/21/19

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Snow and rain continue to fall on the Rockies above 10,000 feet, bringing the snowpack to about 110-130% of average. Overall, all trails below 9000 feet are snow free and hikeable, but be aware of muddy trails and high stream … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 5/25/2019

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Snow and rain continue to pound the Rockies above 10,000 feet, bringing the snowpack to about 135% of average. Spring skiing season is still full-on in most of the Rockies. As warm temperatures continue to inch the snowline upwards, the … Read More

Green River / New Fork Fishing Report 5/4/2017

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5/4/2017 The Sun is out this WEEK! In the Pinedale region this week temps are on the rise!  Nicest day of the 2017 year was today!  Lots of sunshine means change and that is the biggest take-away from this report. … Read More

River Conditions Report 4/11/2017

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Due to recent cold snaps, water clarity is back to normal and the fishing has been excellent! Nymphing is a go-to at the moment; however, streamer fishing is always a great choice, as a lot of hungry fish are looking … Read More

River Conditions Report 3/20/2017

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Spring is upon us! Warmer temperatures have thawed a number of tributaries in the Upper Green River drainage; however, foot access is somewhat limited due to the lingering snowpack. The Green River is holding relatively steady at 127 CFS and … Read More

Knapsack Col

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Words: Laura Hattan   ↔   Photography: Josh and Laura Hattan   ↔   Virtual Tour  Trip Planning Resources: Guide Book   ↔  Trail Map  Many people don’t even know it exists. Its call-out on trail maps is easy to miss, the tiny … Read More

Fishing Conditions Report 6/28/2016

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Our annual runoff season seems to be coming to a close! We’re seeing the water clear up on both the Green and the New Fork, and flows slowly decreasing to a more normal level. On the Green River, the water … Read More

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