The Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail is a long-distance trail spanning the crest of the entire Wyoming Range and topping out at Wyoming Peak at 10,500ft. The WRNRT connects multiple districts and communities across western Wyoming, from Kemmerer to just south of Jackson WY, and highlights the lesser-known southern end of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

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The rolling alpine hills of the Wyoming Range provide great hiker and mule deer habitat but are a constant challenge to sign and maintain.

It’s criminal that there’s a 75-mile long nationally designated recreation trail that the public can’t find.
— Dan Smitherman

The WRNRT is one of only  thirteen national priority  trails. FBT is working closely with multiple Ranger Districts on a strategic plan that will improve the visitor experience, protect unparalleled watershed and wildlife resource values, and support local communities across western Wyoming. All Wyoming Range photos contributed by Morgan Graham.

The WRNRT is one of only thirteen national priority trails. FBT is working closely with multiple Ranger Districts on a strategic plan that will improve the visitor experience, protect unparalleled watershed and wildlife resource values, and support local communities across western Wyoming. All Wyoming Range photos contributed by Morgan Graham.