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Trailhead Conditions Report 5/5/2021

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Though many get frustrated with the ups and downs of spring, you have to embrace the moods of the mountains. Locals call the sub-season of March, April and May “mud season”, and for good reason too. It can be frustrating … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 4/14/2021

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As the first wave of warm, spring days give way to the typical windy, brisk days of April, we’re reminded that we are both quite close but also far from the pleasant Wyoming summers we all know and love. The … Read More

State of the Snowpack: 3/25/2021

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As we dive head-first into Spring – which officially started March 20th – we’ve unknowingly stumbled into one of the driest March’s I can remember. Most of the ground snow in town is gone, but the mountains seem to be … Read More

State of the Snowpack: 2/19/2021

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Like most of the country, Wyoming is experiencing an atypical winter. We started off with a hefty dry spell here around Pinedale, but have slowly been engulfed by a southern-trending jet stream that’s bringing lots of much-needed moisture to the … Read More

Trail Conditions Update 9/25/2020

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As is typical in any September in the high country, the Wind River Range is experiencing some tumultuous weather as we head into the month of October. Some snow slated for this weekend may put a stopper in some people’s … Read More

Storm Conditions Update 9/11/2020

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As no doubt many of you have heard already, a massive storm and wind event rolled through the Wind River Range on Monday. Although most of the projected snow hit the east side of the range, the wind that followed … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 8/22/2020

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It’s been a couple of weeks, but I thought we’d share a few things about this late summer-early fall season that should be on everyone’s minds. Starting out with some good news, put away the bug nets, cause the bugs … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 7/22/2020

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As we move further into our summer season, most all of the Wind River Range is accessible. Only on the highest passes, tallest peaks and glaciers will you find snow. All creek crossings are calming down and are passable with … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 7/15/2020

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It seems that the hotter-than-average summer predicted for Wyoming is coming to pass. With a high yesterday of 73F above 11,000 feet, the remaining snow is melting fast. This super heating is causing swelling creeks in the high country. One … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 7/11/2020

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Over the last week, snowlines in the Winds have jumped considerably. Expect snowline to be between 10,800 and 11,000 feet, with sparse snow still lingering at the upper end of that spectrum. Without freezing temperatures at night, the snowline will … Read More

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