Pinedale

Pinedale is an authentic western town nestled against the western slope of the Wind River Mountain Range.

With the Green River, New Fork Rivers and more than 1,300 surrounding alpine lakes, Pinedale is an outdoor haven with plenty to do year-round. One of four Wyoming gateway cities to the Continental Divide Trail, the mountains provide a paradise for backpackers, featuring treks like Cirque of the Towers and Titcomb Basin. Find a guide or outfitter to explore the mountains and surrounding Bridger-Teton National Forest by horseback, ATV or through a hunting trip. For something more relaxing, grab your kayak, fishing rod or water skis and head to Fremont Lake, Wyoming’s second largest natural lake. Or travel 52 miles north to Green River Lakes, where glimpses of wildlife and stunning views of Squaretop Mountain await. In the winter, Pinedale is known for its access to over 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails through varied terrain, along with its frozen lakes that offer ice fishing, snowshoeing, skating and more. Downhill skiers can head to White Pine Ski Resort for an affordable, family-friendly experience. No matter the season, don’t miss out on Pinedale’s downtown, which offers shopping, dining and its very own craft brewery.

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Annual Events

Green River Rendezvous

Nearby Cities

Cora, Daniel, Boulder

Don’t Miss

Museum of the Mountain Man

Elevation

7175′

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