Wind River Mountains Photography Gallery

Forest Road in the Wind River Mountains
Bare Tree Below Evening Sky
Silhouetted Tree Against Evening Sky
Early Winter Weather over Mountains
Hiker Below Warbonnet Peak
Hiker Below Cirque of the Towers
Bull Moose Below Cirque of the Towers
Cirque of the Towers Peaks
Lizard Head Peak and Bear Lake
Cirque of the Towers Above River
North Popo Agie River
Creek and Cirque of the Towers
Wildflowers and Cirque of the Towers
Milky Way Above Cirque of the Towers
Campfire at Twilight
Cirque of the Towers Skyline
Wildflowers Below Cirque of the Towers
Lonesome Lake and Pingora Peak
Jackass Pass and Cirque of the Towers
Alpine Tundra and Mountains
Pingora Peak and Granite Spires
Wind River Mountains Ruggedness
Wind River Mountains Ruggedness
Wind River Mountains Ruggedness
Wind River Mountains Ruggedness
Warbonnet Peak and Glacial Lake
Warbonnet Peak and Glacial Lake
Big Sandy Mountain
Alpine Meadow
Big Sandy Lake
Big Sandy Lake
Big Sandy River
Alpine Lake Wildfire Under Night Sky
Green River Lakes Scenic Landscape
Moose in Green River

Wind River Mountains Information

The Wind River Mountains are one of the best kept secrets of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Stretching out into the red desert around the southeastern edge of the ecosystem, the Winds have some of the most majestic mountain scenery found anywhere on the planet. Some of the largest glaciers in the lower 48 can also be found high in these mountains along the Continental Divide. It's also home to a famous mountain basin called Cirque of the Towers, a mountain landscape seemingly pulled straight from Patagonia in South America. Here, enormous granite spires eroded from ancient glaciers tower around a glacial lake at the head of a large canyon. The mountains are also home to Wyoming's highest peak, Gannett Peak.

38 total photos in this gallery

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