While everyone else is swarming into the various Yellowstone and Jackson attractions, the Wyoming Range offers a
variety of solitary escapes and exceptional outdoor experiences.
Standing guard in a north-south line just east of The Lodge at Jackson Fork Ranch, the Wyoming Range contains the
largest roadless area in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. With a variety of lakes, rivers and streams, it’s the
only area in Wyoming where all four subspecies of native cutthroat trout thrive, including one of few remaining
strongholds for Colorado River Cutthroat.
Sometimes referred to as “The Wyomings,” its highest peak, Wyoming Peak, stands 11,363 feet above sea level and the
range is famous for its hiking, fishing, hunting and snowmobiling.