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WEDNESDAY, April 4, 2018 @ 7:00 PM
555 WEST 25TH ST

It’s possible to hike all day long in the Wyoming Range without seeing another person. The Range, which stretches south from the Snake River for one hundred miles in between Star Valley and the Green River Basin, has its remote sections which host grizzly bears, wolves and wolverines while other parts of the Range are grazed by cattle or attract intensive motorized recreation.

About two years ago Mike Koshmrl wanted to see the Range first hand and hiked 50 miles of the non-motorized Wyoming Range Natural Recreation Trail from Bryan Flats to the South Piney Lake trailhead and will show images from his trip and discuss some of the resource conflicts facing the Range today.

Mike moved to Jackson from Minnesota and enjoys backpacking and finding seldom visited areas to explore. For the last six years he has been working as the environmental reporter for the Jackson Hole News and Guide. Come and learn more about this mountain range located in our own backyard and which is worthy of more of our attention.

Find out about our other outdoor activities at these links.


Road biking routes in southeastern Idaho ranging from 20-25 miles up to about 50 mile alternatives have been developed by Barb Brown, Judy Williams, Gay Gilbert, and others over the past 17 years for use by a weekly Tuesday morning riding group. Mapman Alan Crockett (and protégé Jeb Blakeley) have improved the early rough schematics using GPS hardware and DeLorme software.

These maps in PDF are available HERE
For information about the club send us an email at info@idahoalpineclub.org and we'll get right back to you.
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