6 responses to “Cyclone Pass “Prize” Makes Shoshone Lake Hike (Grunt) Worthwhile”

  1. landscaping casper

    thanks for nice sharing

  2. Timn Caldwell

    Shelli, Thanks for the memories! I lived five miles NE of Lander back in ’70-’71. The Popo Agee river was our property line to the north and the highway to the south. I was a young teenager at the time from Denver. The first summer I was there I spent everyday on the river and only went to town once all summer to get more fishing supplies and a haircut! My Dad was the Safeway manager and every week he had to bring me home some more salmon eggs and a Mepps lure or two after I got snagged in the rocks!

  3. Leann

    Shoshone Lake and Cyclone Pass are quite breathtaking views. What a great way to spend the day!

  4. Kathy Swanson

    Awesome Shel. I love this hike and hope to do it every year with you! My nightmares over the rocks have now subsided 🙂 So well worth the views which have to be some of the best in the world–so stunning even after already seeing it last year, that I lost my breath again this year (no, not due just to climbing Cyclone Pass). Thanks so much for the invitation to join you as the “third wheel.” And, your treasured Snickers bar allowed me to persevere ’til the end. Love ya!

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