of the Mountain Man
The Museum of the Mountain Man, located on a hill overlooking
Pinedale, houses a wonderful collection of artifacts of the Western Fur
trade, including Jim Bridger's rifle. The 15,000 square feet of exhibit
area is housed in a rotunda built of wood to evoke the spirit of a lodge.
A visual and interpretive experience of the romantic era of the Mountain
Man, the museum houses exhibits on the fur trade, western exploration,
Plains Indians and the early settlement of Western Wyoming. The Museum,
and the Sublette County Historical Society, sponsor the Rendezvous Pageant
held during the Green River Rendezvous every year in July. Visit the Museum
today and relive the legacy of the Mountain Man!
Sled Dog Race - Pinedale Stage Stop
This long name stands for the International Pedigree Stage
Stop Sled Dog Race. Since
1996, world renowned sled dog racers have come to western Wyoming
in late January to compete in the two-week long
race for the $100,000 purse offered by the International Pedigree Stage
Stop Sled Dog Race. Each day the teams race to a different town (there
are ten stage stops in all) where they are welcomed as honored guests
by the host community. Like the Iditarod Sled Dog Race, which commemorates
the heroism of dog teams relaying diphtheria antitoxins to Nome, Alaska
in 1925, the IPSSSDR also carries a public health message. Its slogan,
Wyoming Pulling Together: The Race to Immunize, creates public awareness
of the need for children, especially those under the age of two, to
be vaccinated against preventable diseases. Check out the IPSSSDR official
webpage here: www.WyomingStageStop.org
18 hole designed 9 hole course. Pro shop, lounge, practice green,
and driving range. Located on the west end of Pinedale. Open May - September.
Let's go golfing!
Sublette Country offers many miles of riding for the mountain biking
enthusiast! Check out our page written by a local mountain biking enthusiast!
Fine Arts Council
The Pinedale Fine Arts Council provides the community with live
performances, art shows, artists in residence, school performances and
workshops. Event of the season is our Black Tie & Blues fundraiser
with dining, dancing, door prizes, auctions, and generous prizes to fund
our first-class cultural events.
Snow Explorers Snowmobile Club
Join us for lots of snowmobiling fun!
Love boating? So do we! Visit our web page for a schedule of events.
If you love the great outdoors, you have to love Wyoming! This
area offers hiking, fishing, camping, mountain biking, rock climbing,
horseback riding, hunting, and much much more! What's better, you can
enjoy it without a bunch of other people around! You can go for days without
seeing anyone else up in the Wilderness. Just you, the gorgeous mountains,
singing birds, and a million stars in the sky...Visit our Outdoor Recreation
page for more detailed information!
The Bridger Wilderness
The 428,169-acre Bridger Wilderness is located along the Continental
Divide on the west slope of the Wind River Range in Wyoming, in the heart
of the Rocky Mountains. Look here for information about wilderness regulations,
registration and permits, camping guidelines, campfire regulations, trail
ettiquette, safety and more.
Check out these pages for specific campground information:
location, services, miles from nearest town, day limit, number of units,
fees, wilderness access, availability of drinking water, public corrals,
fishing & hunting, boat landings, swimming, access to trailheads
You'll find information about all the major trailheads into the
Bridger Wilderness here. Miles from Pinedale, elevation, potable water,
public corrals and other useful information. (We're still adding info to
this page, so check back.)
This page will give you points of interest from Rock Springs
to Yellowstone to help you plan your trip to Pinedale. There's more
than sagebrush out here! Find out about the Killpecker Sanddunes, the
largest active dunes in North America (and how they got that interesting
name!). You'll find links to information about historic South Pass and
the wagon trail routes, the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge, Yellowstone
and Grand Teton National Parks, and much more in the western Wyoming