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Pinedale, WY - Pioneer Trails, Rodeos, and Wildlife

Museum of the Mountain Man; phenomenal outdoor recreation where wildlife outnumber the residents by a factor of ten, and incredible fly-fishing
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Hiking the Titcomb Basin in the Wind River Range. Photo by Justin Wilhelm

Hiking the Titcomb Basin in the Wind River Range. Photo by Justin Wilhelm

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Experience the spirit of the West with action-packed rodeo and outdoor recreation in the beautiful Wind River Range.

Pinedale is Southeast of Yellowstone

En route to Jackson, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone is Pinedale, Wyoming, on Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway. It’s a true western town and a must for adventurous travelers who want to experience the vast expanses of three mountain ranges, including the Wind River Mountains (boasting Wyoming’s highest summit, Gannett Peak). The scenic drive opens the door to a destination rich in historic pioneer trails and cultural attractions such as the Museum of the Mountain Man.

Wildlife and Fishing

Pinedale, Wyoming Antelope

Pinedale, Wyoming Antelope

Pinedale offers phenomenal outdoor recreation with unique natural surroundings where wildlife outnumber the residents by a factor of ten; incredible fly-fishing on the Green and New Fork Rivers; and most popular, Fremont Lake, Wyoming’s second largest lake (only four miles from town).

Throughout the year, Pinedale always has something going on in town to celebrate its western culture and its love for the great outdoors … Discover, explore, stay, and play in Pinedale, Wyoming. It’s all the civilization you need.

Mountain Man Rendezvous in Pinedale

Annual Green River Rendezvous. Photo courtesy of Pinedale, Wyoming

Annual Green River Rendezvous. Photo courtesy of Pinedale, Wyoming

Come for the Annual Green River Rendezvous in July, Pinedale's most notable event since 1936. Over the course of the four days, 100-plus vendors will close streets and fill parks with food, live music, beer, entertainment, and more to celebrate the mountain men, legendary explorers, and Native Americans who opened commerce in the American West. From visits to the Museum of the Mountain Man that bestows Jim Bridger's rifle to the return of the "Green River Rendezvous" historical reenactment and nightly rodeos, cultural events will be in high supply.

Winter Snowmobiling

Come winter, Pinedale is a mecca for snowmobilers to ride the combined 465 miles of groomed trails of the eastern Wyoming Range and the CDST, and even more so, Pinedale is known for its 350 acres of uncrowded, family-friendly terrain at White Pine Ski Area atop Fortification Mountain in the Wind River Range.

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Pinedale, Wyoming
(307) 367-4136
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