Cora, WY Upper Green River Valley Rcky Mtn Lodging

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Cora, WY Upper Green River Valley Rcky Mtn Lodging

Located in The Upper Green River Valley, also known as Kendall Valley, in Cora, WY. A perfect location for all year round activities. Fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, 4 wheeling, boating, snowmobiling, skiing, or just relaxing in the beautiful Wind River Mountain Range.

Take a short walk and start fishing for trout in the Green River. Located within a few miles of several of the Wind River Mountain's 2900 lakes, and the headwaters of Green River Lakes. Only one mile off the CDST Snowmobile Trail. (Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail), and the Bridger Wilderness boundary. Wintertime in the Wind River Mountains is peaceful, beautiful, we ...Read more

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Cora, WY Upper Green River Valley Rcky Mtn Lodging
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Located in The Upper Green River Valley, also known as Kendall Valley, in Cora, WY. A perfect location for all year round activities. Fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, 4 wheeling, boating, snowmobiling, skiing, or just relaxing in the beautiful Wind River Mountain Range.

Take a short walk and start fishing for trout in the Green River. Located within a few miles of several of the Wind River Mountain's 2900 lakes, and the headwaters of Green River Lakes. Only one mile off the CDST Snowmobile Trail. (Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail), and the Bridger Wilderness boundary. Wintertime in the Wind River Mountains is peaceful, beautiful, we get allot of snow, prime for snowmobiling. Great Ice Fishing!

The rental has a full size kitchen, dine in area, bathroom with a shower, 3 single beds, and a queen size hide-a-bed. Flat screen TV, Direct TV, and internet. Plenty of parking area for your trailers and snowmobiles. Gas available.

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Wind River Mountains
Continental Divide National Scenic Trail

Wind River Mountains At-a-Glance

Size: 2.25 million acres
Location: Western Wyoming
Adjacent Wilderness Areas: Fitzpatrick Wilderness, Popo Agie Wilderness and the Bridger Wilderness areas lie within the Wind River Mountain Range. The Wind River Roadless Area also lies within the Wind River Range.
Highlights: 48 summits higher than 12,500 feet, Gannett Peak-Wyoming's highest, 7 of the largest glaciers in the Rocky Mountains, 2,900 lakes and ponds, hundreds of miles of hiking trails, many campgrounds and trailhead access points. Cirque of the Towers, Green River Lakes, Square Top Mountain, Photographer's Point.

The 90-mile long Wind River Mountain range form the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains in western Wyoming. These rugged and scenic mountains contain four wilderness areas and over 2,900 lakes and ponds. Wyoming’s highest mountain, Gannett Peak, is in this mountain range. Favorite destinations include Gannett Peak, Cirque of the Towers, Green River Lakes, Square Top Mountain and Photographer's Point.

The crest of the Continental Divide is composed of towering mountains from 12,000-13,000 feet high, with over 35 named peaks over 13,000 feet (email: hidden)ract climbers and backpackers from around the world. The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail traverses the Wind River Mountains.

These mountains are home to grizzly and black bear, elk, moose, deer, wolves and many other wildlife species.

Lakes and streams contain rainbow, cutthroat, golden and brook trout. Grayling and mackinaw can also be found in some places. Fishermen need to have a valid Wyoming fishing license.

Continental Divide National Scenic Trail
Approximately 80 miles of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) runs through Wyoming. This scenic trail goes from Mexico to Canada. In Wyoming, it goes from the Sierra Madre mountains to the western edge of Yellowstone National Park along the Continental Divide. The trail passes through the Big Sandy Opening in the southern part of the Winds to Green River Lakes on the northern end of the range. The trail is marked with CDT signs, wooden signs, tree blazes or rock cairns. In some places, the trail is obscure, so it is helpful to have good maps and a compass with you. This is a very scenic segment of the CDT, making this hike a memorable one that will last a lifetime.

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Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways

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Nearest airport: Jackson, wy, 78.98 miles
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