7 responses to “Hiking the Bears Ears Trail”

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  2. Michael

    Thanks Shelli ! That is good news. I really want to get back to the Wind River Range to ramble n’ scramble. If the access stays friendly for this summer I’ll have to bump this up to the top of my list.

  3. Michael

    So there is no access issue w/ the Wind River Indian Reservation anymore ? You make no mention of the access fee the tribe charges, or if the dispute w/ the tribal landowner whose property the road crosses has been resolved.

  4. Pete Ricci

    I enjoyed your wonderful pictures and short videos.
    I’ve backpacked part of the CDT in the winds from big sandy to just below lester pass. Had to turn around due to a member of our group was not doing too well.

    I’ve been to many mountain ranges in north and south america and found that the wind rivers has that special allure makes me want to come back.

    I looked at the maps and frommers’ guide many times. It seems the bears ear trail inspite of some hard work in the begining, gives back in incredable scenery.

    If there is any information you could give me in regards to the trail i would appreciate it

    Thanks Pete Ricci

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