The Tetons get a lot of credit for being one of the most iconic and recognized mountain ranges in the United States, but what most people overlook is massive in scale, equally dramatic, but much harder to get to Wind River Range just to the Southeast.  The Winds run almost 100 miles from South Pass City to Dubois Wyoming and are a wonderland of glacially carved peaks and high alpine terrain. Samir and I came in from Lander in the east, cutting south thru the Agie Popo National forest (visit the falls there) eventually connecting into the Lander cutoff road which turns north on the western side of the range and provides several access points to trailheads.

Big Sandy:

Titcomb Basin: