The Wyoming Range has a striking beauty all its own. The range runs for nearly eighty miles in a north-south direction in western Wyoming. The highest point is Wyoming Peak at 11,363 feet, and many of the peaks in the range rise to over 10,000 feet. Because these mountains are not as publicized as the Wind River Mountains, it is a great place to go to find solitude and an outdoor experience away from the crowds. Trails are open to hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers.
... and Mountain Biking
The area surrounding the ranch has many creek drainages to ride, but the destination here is the Upper Hoback. Old logging roads lead you onto the Upper Hoback Canyon. A test of man and stead. A few river crossings. A bike carry or two. But at the end there is the Upper Meadow and Roosevelt Meadows and Hoback Peak.