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En route to Jackson, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone is Pinedale, Wyoming on the Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway. It’s a true western town and a must for adventurous travelers who want to experience the vast expanses of the nearly 170-kilometer long Wind River Mountains boasting Wyoming’s highest summit, Gannett Peak. The scenic drive opens the door within minutes to a destination rich in historic pioneer trails and cultural attractions such as the Museum of the Mountain Man, phenomenal outdoor scenery with unique natural surroundings where wildlife outnumber the residents by 10 fold, incredible fly fishing on the Green and New Fork Rivers, and most popular, Fremont Lake, Wyoming’s second largest lake a mere 6.437 kilometers from town. Throughout the year, Pinedale always has something going on to celebrate its western culture and love for the great outdoors. Discover, explore, stay and play in Pinedale, Wyoming...it's all the civilization you need.

Traveling to Pinedale, Wyoming

From Yellowstone National Park: Take US-191 South to Pinedale. Trip Distance: 215.7 kilometers

From Jackson, Wyoming: Take US-191 South to Pinedale. Trip Distance: 123.9 kilometers

From Rock Springs, Wyoming: Take US-191 North to Pinedale. Trip Distance: 177.0 kilometers

From Salt Lake City, Utah: Take I-80 East to US-189 North to US-191. Trip Distance: 381.4 kilometers

From Cheyenne, Wyoming: Take I-80 West to US-191 North. Trip Distance: 574.5 kilometers

Official Pinedale, Wyoming Travel Site

Official Pinedale Travel Information

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