Fremont County, Wyoming

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  • Lander, Wyoming

    Hike the Sinks Canyon Trail

    4 mi / 300 ft gain
    Sinks Canyon is named for the geological mystery known as "The Sink" and "The Rise", where the Popo Agie River disappears underground along an unknown course only to appear again hundreds of yards away. But what is no mystery is the fantastic beauty of the Canyon: the wildlife and wildflowers, th...
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  • Lander, Wyoming

    Popo Agie Nature Trail

    0.98 mi / 164 ft gain
    Sinks Canyon State Park 6 miles south of Lander, Wyoming is a treasure of hiking, trail running, and rock climbing. Rightly considered the gateway to the southern Winds, Sinks is a great way to get a taste of some of the most beautiful mountain scenery to be found in the United States and the Pop...
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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

    Climb Wolf's Head

    5 mi / 1700 ft gain
    This is one of North America’s 50 classic climbs and rightfully so. It involves easy route finding on a skinny, 5.5 ridge that can be accessed and seen from your base camp at the middle of the cirque.  This climb is over 9 miles from the trailhead so the easiest way to climb it is to follow the C...
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  • Lander, Wyoming

    Rock Climbing Wild Iris

    5.0
    Wild Iris is an iconic rock climbing destination for all sport climbers. It sits at about 9000 feet and there is little cell reception so let someone know where you will be. It was developed years ago by the late Rock Climbing legend Todd Skinner. At the time this area was very futuristic for c...
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  • Lander, Wyoming

    Camp at the Radio Towers on Limestone Mountain

    Limestone Mountain on the southern end of the Wind River range is famous for the nearby climbing mecca, Wild Iris, but it is also an excellent place to camp with ready access via forest roads to all manner of outdoor adventure activities including hiking and mountain biking. The top of the mounta...
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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

    Photographers Point via Pole Creek Trail

    4.5
    9.26 mi / 1188 ft gain
    Begin at the main Elkhart Park parking area. Take the Pole Creek Trail directly adjacent to the restroom. You will follow this trail for approximately 4.5 miles through lodgepole pine forests and beautiful alpine parks. When you begin seeing large boulders and sheer rock walls, you are approac...
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  • Pinedale, Wyoming

    Climb Fremont Peak via Southeast Buttress

    30 mi / 4350 ft gain
    The typical approach to the SE Buttress is from Indian Basin, probably because it is easier, provided you plan on going to Indian Basin anyway. However, if you plan on visiting Titcomb or climbing Gannett peak via Bonney Pass, I suggest approaching from Lower (Southern) Titcomb Lake. I thought it...
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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

    Winter Camping at Fremont Lake Overlook

    0.25 mi
    If this is your initiation into winter camping, make it a memorable one by overlooking the beautiful Fremont Lake.There are several spots no more than 200 yards out on the hills that overlook the lake, so take your pick, as I've never seen another soul camping here. The views are spectacular, and...
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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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  • Dubois, Wyoming

    Backpack the Glacier Trail and Summit Gannett Peak

    50 mi / 8000 ft gain
    The trail to get to the summit of Gannett Peak is not for the faint of heart. It is a 50+ mile round trip with over 10,000 feet of elevation gain/loss.  Late June through August are the best times to climb Gannett, but if you go too late in the summer and it has been a hot one, then there is a ch...
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  • Dubois, Wyoming

    Drive Forest Service Road 411

    Taking a drive down this road is well worth the trip. The first 10 or so miles are not particularly noteworthy, but once you reach the first lake (Trail Lake) the road becomes a lot more scenic. You will also pass Torrey and Ring Lakes. All of these lakes offer fishing, camping, and picnicking op...
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