Wyoming’s Wind River High Route is considered one of the finest, non-technical, end-to-end alpine journeys in the United States and can easily be added all or in parts as an alternate to the Continental Divide Trail.

Staying above 10,000 feet for 80 miles, this mostly trail-less track takes the hiker on rugged class 3/4 scrambles for 20,000 feet of cumulative gain through spectacular granite towers, wildflower-covered meadows and past hundreds of glacier-fed lakes and streams.