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Alpine ski race at White Pine Ski Area. Pinedale Online photo.


Downhill (Alpine) and
Cross-Country (Nordic) Skiing
Pinedale, Wyoming

Riding the lifts at White Pine Ski Area.  Pinedale Online photo.

Left: Alpine Ski Race at White Pine Ski Area
Above: Riding the lifts at White Pine Resort
Pinedale Online photos

Nordic/Cross-Country Skiing

White Pine Ski Area is located ten miles from Pinedale, operating through a special use permit in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. They offer alpine skiing and snowboarding opportunities in the winter season. Lodging and food services are available at the ski area and in Pinedale.

Click here for the White Pine ski area alpine trail map.

Shuttles are available from Jackson and Rock Springs during the winter season. Click here for the current shuttle schedule.

For more area information:
Pinedale Ranger District
Bridger-Teton National Forest
29 E Fremont Lake Road
PO Box 220
Pinedale, WY 82941
Phone: 307-367-4326

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White Pine Ski Area
PO Box 190
Pinedale, WY 82941

Cross-Country/Nordic Skiing

The Pinedale, Wyoming area offers both groomed trails and off track skiing in the Wind River, Gros Ventre and Wyoming Mountain ranges. The vast open spaces offer solitude, diverse terrain and the freedom to go as far as you want.

White Pine Ski Area offers 35-plus kilometers of FREE cross-country ski trails. 9K groomed for classic and skating lanes. Parking is close to the trailhead. Food and restrooms are available at the White Pine day lodge. Nordic ski equipment rentals are available in Pinedale at the Great Outdoor Shop.

The area along Skyline Drive offers over 60 km of marked groomed trails designed to accommodate all levels of ability. Skiing in the Wind River, Gros Ventre and the Wyoming Mountain ranges is on logging roads and off track, and is generally for intermediate and advanced skiers. There are over two million acres of public land in Sublette County, providing vistas of incredible beauty to the nordic skier. Detailed trail maps are available from the Pinedale Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, 307-367-4326. 

Season: The skiing season typically runs from December through mid-April.
A note about safety: Many ski trails are at elevations of greater than 8,000 feet in elevation. Also, winter storms can occur rapidly in this area. Please come prepared. 

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