DescriptionWith the majestic Wind River Range as a backdrop, Pinedale serves as an outfitting point for recreation in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Outdoor activities in the area include trout fishing and various water sports on nearby Fremont Lake, the second largest natural lake in Wyoming . Fishing float trips originate on the Green River, while camping, climbing, backpacking and cross-country and downhill skiing also are available.
Eleven miles southwest of town, Father DeSmet Monument designates the site where the first Catholic Mass in Wyoming was held in 1840.
Upper Green River Rendezvous National Historic Landmark is 6 miles west of Pinedale on US 191. Native Americans from throughout the West and such legendary mountain men as Jim Bridger and William Sublette gathered each year during the 1830s to meet the supply caravans from St. Louis and barter, trade for furs and cavort.
Visitor InfoSublette County Chamber of Commerce/Visitors' Center 19 E. Pine St. PINEDALE, WY 82941. Phone:(307)367-2242 or (888)285-7282
Self-guiding toursInformation about the Pinedale Walking Tour and day trips in the area is available at the visitor center.
Things to SeeMuseum of the Mountain Man