The Gros Ventre River, Wyoming, USA. Only a 120 km (75 mi) long tributary of the Snake River, the Gros Ventre however mesmerizes with beautiful surroundings. It mostly passes the Gros Ventre Wilderness, which is famous for its unspoiled nature.
The river is a popular site among the fishermen, who come to catch huge trouts. Horseback riding and kayaking are other favorite activities here, as well as hiking. There are many trails, that allow to explore this natural gem, embedded in the Teton Range, and admire the breathtaking landscape.
Why to go there?
The reserve provides great views and outdoor activities. Visitors can book a horseback riding or fishing tour as well as explore the park on their own. Various lodges and cabins accommodate the tourists all year round.
When to go there?
August is the best time to come fishing here. Go kayaking and horseback riding in summer. However, every season has a distinct beauty and fun activities to offer.
How to get there?
Fly to Jackson Hole Airport from various big cities in the US. Then catch a bus or rent a car, which would be the best solution to get around.
Lead photo by Barbara Hayton