Wyoming Peak Climber's Log

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LazyJSkwires - Aug 15, 2021 8:28 pm Date Climbed: Aug 15, 2021

Smoke and smoke  Sucess!

I'm sure the views are great but it was another smoky day and I couldn't see more than 10 miles in any direction

Nicholas S

Nicholas S - Jun 24, 2020 5:45 pm Date Climbed: May 9, 2018

Was back in...geeze...2018?  Sucess!

What a hike, which I am still meaning to do a trip report on. It was a solo hike, which I began first thing in the morning after car camping near the lake. I'm not entirely sure when I did it though, so I picked this date. I know that snow was still around and some ice was on the trail while up above the lake. runhardhooah is my youtube channel where I have a crappy video of the final steps onto the summit. I'll put the video in the trip report, once I finally create one.


utahjimk - Aug 13, 2017 7:15 pm Date Climbed: Aug 10, 2017

2nd of 3 peaks on that hike  Sucess!

starting at Middle Piney Lake campground.


Highpointer1837 - Aug 8, 2015 5:16 pm Date Climbed: Aug 30, 2014

Wyoming Peak  Sucess!

Instead of going to Big Piney I took La Barge Creek Rd/Wy 315 west from La Barge. The route trailhead now has a nice sign.


apachedino - Jul 13, 2015 1:21 pm Date Climbed: Jul 8, 2015

Cloudy  Sucess!

Parked at the old trailhead listed on some maps. The trail does NOT start there and traverse over anymore. So we just ascended the ridge without a trail as it was open and while descending the trail later we ditched it anyways in the rain as it is of a very minor grade more suitable to biking than hiking. Very nice views though. It was heartening to see so many healthy Whitebark pine int he area as well as alot of Clarks nutcracker.


Shaylee - Jul 29, 2014 3:34 pm Date Climbed: Jul 26, 2014

Wyoming Peak  Sucess!



Scott - Jul 29, 2014 3:33 pm Date Climbed: Jul 26, 2014

Wyoming Peak  Sucess!

Kessler was at scout camp and the weather in Colorado was looking pretty poor, so Shaylee and I headed north to Wyoming in order to climb Wyoming Peak. We didn't leave until late on Friday, so arrived in Big Piney very late at night.

The next morning, we headed for Middle Piney Lake where we started our climb. After an 8:45 AM start, we made good progress up to the base of the mountain, though there were a couple tricky stream crossings.

Since this was a last minute planned trip, we didn't bring a topo map and only had the sketch map from Hiking Wyoming. We made our way north to Wyoming Peak, where it was cold and windy. The views were really good, including the Grand Teton to the north and the Wind River Mountains to the east.

Shaylee didn't want to spend much time on top, so we headed south, staying on the ridge crest over March Madness Peak, Point 10,905, and Point 10,765 and then to the saddle.

Since we didn't have a topo map, we ended up taking the high route and ended up near the ridge top above the North Fork of Fish Creek We then headed down a rugged avalanche chute to the north and ended up right at Lower Wohelo Falls.

From there, it was a routine walk back to the trailhead. The guidebook said that Wyoming Peak alone was supposed to take 9 hours, but we did the entire round trip in 8 hours, which wasn't too bad for a 10 year old girl and an out of shape dad, considering we did three extra sub summits and took a rough cross country route down.


camisc - Jul 24, 2013 10:44 pm Date Climbed: Jun 10, 2013

Wyoming Peak from the west  Sucess!

Nice trip from the west. Lots of snow on the westward facing slopes so the trail was of no use this early in the year.


boisedoc - Jul 24, 2013 10:12 pm Date Climbed: Jul 24, 2013

West side  Sucess!

Hazy day. Trail is in good shape but No trail signs. Lookout is completely collapsed. Lots of dirt road driving


seano - May 29, 2013 7:49 pm Date Climbed: May 29, 2013

Middle Piney Lake  Sucess!

Went around the north side of the lake and up to the long east ridge to avoid slush in the trees. Much of the upper climb was in a white-out, but there's probably some nice scenery. Trip report.

Dennis Poulin

Dennis Poulin - Jul 15, 2009 12:18 pm Date Climbed: Jul 18, 2008

Middle Piney Lake  Sucess!

Great hike with Dean on a beautiful day.


Kadee - Jan 22, 2009 4:59 pm Date Climbed: Aug 13, 2006

West Side  Sucess!

Greg and I camped near the peak, it was one of the coldest nights we have ever had - especially for Aug. The views were amazing from the summit - this is a great area to see what Wyoming is all about.


Dean - Jul 26, 2008 4:17 pm Date Climbed: Jul 18, 2008

Middle Piney Lake to SE ridge  Sucess!

Dennis Poulin and I camped all by ourselves at the Sacajawea campground. Hit the TH at 7ish the next morning and followed the trail until the junction with the Wyoming Ridge trail. From there we just went cross country up the South East ridge and that worked out nicely. Lookout structure is still standing and we found two registers and no benchmark. We could look west and see Idaho's Meade and Baird peaks, two that we had climbed the year before. Couldn't see the Grand or the Winds due to haze conditions to the east. Nice hike except for all the ups and downs around the lake.


wyomingwapiti - Jun 17, 2008 9:28 pm Date Climbed: Jul 23, 2006

wyomingwapiti  Sucess!

Awesome climb to the top from Middle Piney Lake. Great views.


wyopeakMike - May 29, 2008 11:35 am

wyopeakMike  Sucess!

I have been to this summit 3 times, once from the west and twice from Middle Piney Lake. It is an awesome view, and in summer 2006, it looked like the old lookout was ready to collapse. The crown of the Wyoming Range, a truly magnificent spot to relish in the beauty of Wyoming.

Rocker Paully

Rocker Paully - Jun 16, 2006 4:28 pm

Route: west  Sucess!

Followed the trial on the west side of the mountain to the top. There is the remnants of an old lookout station on top.

Bob Sihler

Bob Sihler - Sep 30, 2005 9:30 pm

Route Climbed: west side Date Climbed: July 7, 2004  Sucess!

This is one of the greatest summit views in the West. On a clear day, you see the breadth of the Salt River Range, the Wyoming Range (of course), Commissary Ridge, the Winds (including Gannett), the Gros Ventres, and the Grand Teton. And you will probably have no company. Bonus-- the Greys River Road is the most spectacular backcountry road in America that you don't need 4wd to do.


streeyyr - Jan 17, 2005 6:17 pm Date Climbed: Aug 15, 2000

Wyoming Peak  Sucess!

A large and impressive mountain.

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