The Wind River Range (“Winds”), located in the heart of Wyoming’s Rocky Mountain Range, forms part of North America’s backbone – the Continental Divide. This statuesque mountain range runs for nearly 100 miles, offering superb hiking, backpacking, fishing, horseback riding, rock climbing, and camping opportunities. Gannett Peak, towering at 13,804′, is the highest peak in the Winds and, for that matter, the State of Wyoming… continue reading


There isn’t much more we can say about this area except that it is climbing and bouldering heaven. The granite is sharp as a razor, which actually leads to better friction on the rock. There are numerous hiking trails in the area and an abundance of camping spots and designated campgrounds… continue reading