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Jackson Fork Wind River Range
Jackson Fork Wind River Range

Wind River Range

The Wind River Range traces the Continental Divide as it soars along the eastern border of The Lodge at Jackson Fork Ranch and invites you, if not dares you, to play in its mountain theme park. Tall, rugged, and filled with adventure, the “Winds” features challenging peaks and clear lakes and streams nestled in between boulder-strewn meadows.
Jackson Fork Wind River Range
It’s home for an astounding 156 glaciers, the largest of which lies on the eastern flank of Gannet Peak-at 13,804 feet, the tallest peak in Wyoming. But 40 other peaks along the range are right behind it at over 13,000 feet.
Jackson Fork Wind River Range
The headwaters of several major rivers are formed on either side of the range. The Green and Big Sandy Rivers drain southward from the west side of the range while the Wind River drains eastward through the Shoshone Basin. Between the rivers and the hundreds of lakes formed by glaciers, the “Winds” is an angler’s paradise of cutthroat, brown, lake and golden trout.
Jackson Fork Wind River Range
In addition to providing one of the prime animal migration routes in the United States, The Wind River Range is also home to a small grizzly bear population plus black bear, elk, moose, mule deer, pronghorn and wolverine. Those animals along with 300 species of birds make the “Winds” one of the best places for wildlife viewing in the Rockies. Jackson Fork Wind River Range

Jackson Fork Wind River Range
“One man’s wilderness is another man’s theme park.” – Anonymous