Greybull River and Burwell Pass Loop

Jackson, Wyoming 83025

Greybull River and Burwell Pass Loop

Greybull River & Burwell Pass Loop Professional Review and Guide

"If you start hiking from the parking area at the end of the reasonably good road, you immediately ford or jump over small Jojo Creek, then walk the road over a huge sagebrushcovered flat with the rather unimaginative (okay, make that really unimaginative) name of “The Meadows.” Name issues aside, The Meadows does provide terrific views of the peaks ahead and the possibility of seeing both deer and moose. Scattered about The Meadows, and especially along its edge, are trees such as quaking aspens, limber pines, and Engelmann spruces. After 0.4 mile you make a calf-deep ford of Wood River. Another 1.8 miles of mostly flat walking leads you to the second ford of Wood River, after which the road leaves The Meadows and enters increasingly forested terrain."

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Trail Information

Jackson
Nearby City
45.8
Distance
9,300 feet
Elevation Gain
Shuttle
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
3–6 days
Duration
July to October
Season
Greybull and Wind River Ranger Districts, Shoshone
Local Contacts
USGS Dunrud Peak, Francs Peak, Mount Burwell, and Wiggins Peak
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Aug 2018