Winter Activities, Snowmobiling, Snowshoe,
Skiing and more..
Ranch is located six miles from the Horse Creek trail
head which connects snowmobile riders to some of the most
beautiful winter Wyoming Range. The winter activity on
the Wyoming Range follows the majestic Grey’s River.
Located between the towns of Alpine and Kemmerer the Wyoming
Range offers more than 330 miles of groomed snowmobile
trails and numerous opportunities for off trail snowmobile
riding. The snowmobile season in this area typically runs
from late November to April, depending on the year’s
main snowmobile trails are groomed every week and the
secondary trails are groomed every other week or as needed
to make your winter activity an enjoyable ride. The elevation
in this Wyoming area ranges from 6,000 to 10,000 feet
with snow depth usually varying between three to twelve
feet depending on the time of the year.
you snowmobile there are numerous opportunities to warm
up during a long drive at the many warming huts located
along the snowmobile trails. At the south end of the range
are the Poison Creek, La Barge Guard Station, and Smith’s
Fork Parking Area while the north end of the range is
home to the Blind Bull Warming Hut located at the head
of Blind Bull and Horse Creek.
In the winter Wyoming Range is home to a wide variety
of wildlife including Moose, Elk, Mule Deer, Bald Eagles,
Fox, wolves and Coyotes. It is not uncommon to see much
of this wildlife on trips so do not forget to bring your
JeCoSa Ranch is also very close to the Upper Green River
Area, Irish canyon, Green River, Big Piney, Big Sandy,
and Cottonwood Creek which are also very popular areas
to snowmobile. These networks of snowmobile trails allow
you to ride from Jackson Hole to Dubois or Afton to Alpine
just to name a few.
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JeCoSa Ranch offers winter lodging for your winter activities.
Up to six people at one time can enjoy this winter lodge.
Whether you love to snowmobile, cross country ski, snowshoe
or just looking for a winter park mountain lodge to
stay at with a beautiful Wyoming mountain view we have
it all here at the JeCoSa Ranch. While lodging at JeCoSa
Ranch you will also have three meals provided for you.
When you lodge at the ranch one bedroom is located in
the main house where you will have your own bathroom
as well as a queen sized bed. The other room is in a
bunk house where you will have your own bathroom as
well as four twin beds, and your own washer and dyer.
JeCoSa Ranch welcomes pets which you can board in our
heated barn during the day while you are out enjoying
the winter activities. Located 20 miles from Pinedale
and 80 miles from Jackson Hole JeCoSa Ranch offers a
beautiful winter rural setting but is also a close enough
drive that a person can get out and enjoy what the Pinedale,
Jackson Hole and other towns have to offer.
Both residents and non residents are required by Wyoming
State Law to pay a user fee for snowmobiles. These annual
snowmobile fees go towards maintaining snowmobile trials
as well as snowmobile trail grooming during the season.
Once payment is made you will receive a decal that must
be displayed on the exterior of the snowmobile. Decals
are available at numerous locations across the state
and come at a cost of 25 dollars.
Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources:
Bucky's Becky’s Outdoors: 146 S. Lincoln, Pinedale,
Lane Groceries and gas, 1168 Hwy 191 Pinedale, 307-367-6354
Junction Food Mart, 11072 Hwy 191/189, Daniel Junction,
County Treasurer, Courthouse, Pinedale, 307-367-4373
Rates are as follows:
Single Occupancy $60.00 per night
Double Occupancy $70.00 per night
For 3 meals Add $30.00 per day per person
again for your interest in our business If you have
other questions, need more information or help with
applications or schedules please call us at:
(307) 886-5561 or write to
Greys River Trophies,
5671 Bittercreek Road, Afton, WY 83110