Fremont County, Wyoming

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  • Boulder, Wyoming

    Climb East Temple Peak

    23 mi
    The quickest way to the summit of East Temple is from Big Sandy Trailhead. Getting to the Big Sandy Trailhead can be a little difficult since you must travel about 46 miles on unmarked dirt roads. Most cars should be able to make it to the trailhead if the dirt is dry but a high clearance vehicle...
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  • Boulder, Wyoming

    Big Sandy Lake

    10.94 mi / 633 ft gain
    Big Sandy Lake is beautiful. You'll turn at Boulder, WY and head about an hour to Big Sandy Campground. You'll want to get there as early as you can as it fills up fast, when we arrived at about 10:30pm on a Friday there was no sites or parking, but don't worry. The surrounding area is National ...
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  • Boulder, Wyoming

    Cirque of the Towers to Fremont Trail Loop

    23.66 mi / 3573 ft gain
    Cirque of the Towers to Fremont Trail Loop is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Boulder, Wyoming.
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  • Boulder, Wyoming

    Pyramid Lake Trail

    4.0
    24.95 mi / 2539 ft gain
    Pyramid Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Boulder, Wyoming.
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Seneca Lake Trail

    5.0
    18.4 mi / 2280 ft gain
    The Wind River Range is one of the best backpacking + climbing wildernesses in the lower 48. Seneca Lake is right at the beginning of some of the most spectacular high alpine climbing and backpacking routes. From the Elkhart trailhead parking lot, take the Pole Creek Trail directly adjacent to ...
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Backpack to Titcomb Basin and Summit Gannett Peak

    5.0
    50 mi / 4000 ft gain
    If you are looking for a challenging hike in one of the most remote areas of the rocky mountains then this is the expedition for you. Starting near Pinedale, Wyoming in Elkhart Park you begin a 50 mile round trip that can include a summit of Gannett Peak. Starting elevation of the hike is near 8...
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Elbow Lake in the Wind River Range

    2.0
    35.66 mi / 4357 ft gain
    Elkhart Park Trailhead; Wind River Range, WY. Pole Creek Trail->Seneca Lake Trail->Highline Trail->Elbow Lake This is an advanced 4 day out and back trip departing from the Elkhart Park Trailhead with two days of travel to Elbow Lake. As one of the most remote ranges in the country, th...
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Backpack and Fly Fish the Wind River Range

    5.0
    Day 1: Hit the Elkhart trailhead. Get set up at Hobbs lake, do a little fishing, eat and turn in for the night.Day 2: Head out for Island Lake to set a base camp for the next few days. Keep an eye out for mountain storms and if you do catch as short one, be sure to take in the view. It's amazing!...
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Backpack the Pole Creek Trail, Wind River Range

    5.0
    18 mi / 2687 ft gain
    Backpacking in the Wind River Range Requires a permit, so make sure you go through the process of getting that before you set out on this adventure. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail... Getting to the trailhead from the town of Pinedale, WY, you drive to the east side of town and turn left onto Frem...
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Hike to the Crow’s Nest in the Wind River Range

    12 mi / 500 ft gain
    The Crow’s Nest sits just above Glimpse Lake in the Winds. It is best accessed from the most infrequently used trailhead in the range. To access the remote trailhead from Pinedale, take Jackson Street north toward Soda Lake Wildlife Management Area. It becomes an improved dirt road about a mile i...
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Backpack to Green River Lakes, Wind River Range

    27 mi / 2100 ft gain
    DAY 1 - SPRING CREEK TH TO TRAPPER LAKEShuttle cars to park one vehicle at the Green River Lakes Trailhead (about 40 minutes outside of Pinedale, Wyoming) and return back to Pinedale to begin at the Spring Creek Trailhead. Begin hiking making your way to Trapper Lakes. There are several wonderful...
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