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    Fremont Trail

    Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming
    Elevation Gain13,202ft
    Trailhead Elevation9,918ft
    Elevation Min/Max9115/10878ft
    Elevation Start/End9918/9913ft

    Fremont Trail

    Fremont Trail is a hiking trail in Sublette County, Wyoming. It is within Bridger-Teton National Forest and Bridger Wilderness Area. It is 34.3 miles long and begins at 9,918 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 68.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 13,202 feet. Pipestone Lakes, Marms Lake (elevation 9,879 feet), Mirror Lake (elevation 9,879 feet), August Lake, and other waters can be seen along the trail. There is water along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Crossover Trail, Isabella Lake Trail, Dream Lake Trail, Middle Fork Lake Trail, East Fork Trail, Hailey Pass Trail, Francis Lake Trail, Big Sandy Trail, Bell Lakes Trail, Baldy Lakes Trail, Timico Lake Trail and Hay Pass Trail.
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    "This pleasant, attractive segment of the Fremont Trail traces a northwest-trending fault zone as it undulates over the Wind Rivers’ western benchland just below timberline. The route passes half a dozen lakes, with many more lying a short distance off the trail, and offers access via spur trails to remote alpine valleys and lake basins lying beneath the lofty peaks of the Continental Divide. From the junction with the Dream Lake Trail (signed for Scab Creek Trailhead) at the north end of a long, narrow tarn, the Fremont Trail gently descends northward, soon skirting the east and north shores of Bobs Lake, which holds brook trout. Good camping areas can be found inside the forest fringe above the lake." Read more
    "This northernmost segment of the Fremont Trail is arguably its most scenic segment. The trail leads through the heart of the central Bridger Wilderness high country, staying at or above timberline for much of its length. Far-ranging vistas and rewarding side-trip opportunities—to Timico Lake, the lakes of Bald Mountain Basin, and Cook and Wall Lakes—further add to this trail’s appeal. Long-distance travelers beginning at either Boulder Lake or Elkhart Park Trailheads can use part or all of this segment, in combination with the Highline Trail, for a rewarding loop trip." Read more

    Trail Information

    Bridger-Teton National Forest
    Nearby City
    Bridger-Teton National Forest
    Skill Level
    Additional Use
    Wild Flowers, Views
    Pinedale Ranger District, (307) 367-4326
    Local Contacts
    USGS: Raid Lake, Halls Mountain, Horseshoe Lake
    Local Maps

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