Whiskey Mountain Trail

Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming

Distance5.9mi
Elevation Gain4,968ft
Trailhead Elevation7,604ft
Top10,964ft
Elevation Min/Max7601/10964ft
Elevation Start/End7604/7604ft

Whiskey Mountain Trail

Whiskey Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Fremont County, Wyoming. It is within Fitzpatrick Wilderness Area and Shoshone National Forest. It is 5.9 miles long and begins at 7,604 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 12.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 4,968 feet. Along the trail there are parkings. This trail connects with the following: Ross Lake Trail and New Glacier Trail.

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Hiking Wyoming’s Wind River Range - 3rd Edition (Falcon Guides)
Ben Adkison
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"When viewed from the Wind River Valley near Dubois, Whiskey Mountain is not especially attractive. Its broad slopes rise from the high desert to an alpine crown of tundra, with a narrow band of forest cloaking its middle flanks. Farther south rises similar Arrow Mountain, and together these massive sedimentary peaks block from view the ice-chiseled high country of the Wind River Range. But Whiskey Mountain is far from being the drab, lifeless mountain it appears to be from below. Its alpine slopes host expansive grasslands and a wide variety of alpine cushion plants and their fragrant, colorful blossoms. And views from its crest are far-reaching, encompassing a broad stretch of mountainous northwest Wyoming." Read more

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Trail Information

Shoshone National Forest
Nearby City
Fitzpatrick Wilderness Area
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Difficult
Skill Level
Views
Features
Wind River Ranger District, (307) 455-2466
Local Contacts
USGS: Torrey Lake, Simpson Lake
Local Maps

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Dec 2018