Get Out & Explore Pinedale, Wyoming
The small town of Pinedale is situated at the heart of a high mountain valley on the west side of the Continental Divide in western Wyoming, southeast of Jackson Hole, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Truly Uncrowded Mountains
The town is flanked on three sides by mountain ranges; the Wind River Range to the east, the Wyoming Range to the west, and the Gros Ventre Range to the northwest. This valley is 80% public land and has a population density of only two people per square mile. One could argue, that Pinedale is definitively uncrowded.
Vast Wildernesses & Wildlife
Two wilderness areas are nestled in Pinedale's mountain ranges - the Bridger Wilderness and the Gros Ventre Wilderness. The Bridger Wilderness boasts the highest mountain in Wyoming, namely, Gannett Peak at 13,804 feet. These wilderness areas, along with the rest of the Bridger Teton National Forest, offer nature at her pristine best - Seek your adventure but remember to tread lightly.
Of the animals, deer and antelope outnumber the residents by 10 fold and are seen year round. Elk, mule deer, antelope, wolves, moose, grizzly, black bear, big horn sheep and many other wildlife species call Pinedale's mountains home.
Pinedale Is Adventure
The mountains will always be there. The trick is, to make sure you are too!
From the incredibly vast expanses of the Bridger Wilderness, to the remote beauty of a glacial lake, Pinedale's mountainscape is filled with unequaled opportunities to experience truly special places, challenges, and rewards.
Wyoming's Great American Road Trip
Collect your Great American Road sticker at the Sublette County Visitor Center as you make your way to Yellowstone National Park. Pinedale's collectible sticker is a limited edition featuring Fremont Lake and wildlife. Pick up your sticker at our Visitor Center at 19 East Pine Street (US 191) Pinedale, WY 82941.