Cirque of the Towers and Wind River Range, Wyoming


andyporter_winds_Cirque 4 Cirque of the Towers Panorama from Jackass Pass

The Wind River Range is located south of “more famous, but not more beautiful” Grand Teton National Park. The road to the Big Sandy Trail head is about an hours drive from the town of Pinedale, and easy to navigate in any type of vehicle. No permits needed, easy trails, and unbelievably spectacular views!

AndyPorter_Cirque_Landscape Pingora Peak, Cirque of the Towers

Pingora Peak and Cirque of the Towers Early Morning Panorama

Warbonnet Peak and Waterfall, Cirque of the Towers Warbonnet Peak

Warrior Peak in the moonlight em Warrior Peak in the Moonlight

More wildflowers in the basin at Lonesome Lake, Cirque of the Towers, Wind River Range, Wyoming More wildflowers in the basin at Lonesome Lake, Cirque of the Towers, Wind River Range, Wyoming

Steeple Peak and Lost Temple Spire from the trail to Deep Lake Steeple Peak and Lost Temple Spire from the trail to Deep Lake

View from Deep Lake, Wind River Range, Wyoming View from Deep Lake, Wind River Range, Wyoming

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