This western Wyoming town is located near the Wyoming Range and Bridger-Teton National Forest.
The Wyoming Range isn’t as well-known as other mountains within the state, making this area one of western Wyoming’s best-kept secrets. Hike a portion of the 70-mile Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail or fish brown, cutthroat and rainbow trout along the Green River. In the winter, the snow-cloaked range is a haven for snowmobilers. Located directly off US-189, Big Piney is the perfect gateway to this range with beautiful alpine scenery. While in town, don’t miss the Green River Valley Museum. Here, you’ll find a fascinating history of the area told through artifacts, displays and family-friendly exhibits.