Ancient Path of the Pronghorn

Ancient Path of the Pronghorn, Pinedale: Address, Phone Number, Ancient Path of the Pronghorn Reviews: 4.5/5

Ancient Path of the Pronghorn

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John M
Santa Cruz, CA4,359 contributions
Beautiful wild animals, but it is almost impossible to come close to them
Jul 2019 • Friends
The pronghorn antelope are beautiful wild animals, but it is almost impossible to come close to them. We would surprise them along the trails and roads, and then have only seconds to see them. My photo is with a telephoto lense!
Written 30 July 2019
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Dianne W
Monument, CO4,429 contributions
Pronghorn deer can be seen all along US 191
Sep 2018 • Family
Summit County is home to a huge number of Pronghorn deer so you have to be careful especially in the evening as you drive along US 191. There are many walking trails and pull overs to view these beautiful animals.
Written 10 November 2018
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Marty B
Lander, WY39 contributions
Wyoming Safari
Dec 2017 • Family
I always tell my kids when we're in the car along this road, and any other road in Wyoming for that matter, to pay attention and spot these amazing animals as if we are on a "safari". We may go to Africa to see gazelles and we can see our "gazelles" here, as well as all our other beautiful wildlife. We are so blessed to live in God's country!!
Written 18 January 2018
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ballhawg
Marietta, GA627 contributions
Lots of Pronghorn
Sep 2016 • Solo
The Pronghorn travel from the Tetons south along this route in the Fall to reach their winter location in Southern Wyoming. If you want to photograph Pronghorn this is the place. You can expect to see them any time of the day.
Written 2 October 2016
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Cruiser9901
Tuscaloosa, AL263 contributions
Fun To Watch!!!
Sep 2016 • Couples
These are amazing critters; they abound all along US 191 and on the outskirts of Pinedale. They are a little shy but we were surprised to see a few actually come up within a short distance of the car; they must love photo ops :-)
Written 17 September 2016
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Gordon J
Taos, NM102 contributions
Also a Great View of the Green River Rendesvous
Aug 2015 • Family
It is simply fantastic that these over and under passes have been built to assist the pronghorn migration. Just to the east of the overpass you can take the gravel county road south for about 100 yards and then turn off to drive about 1/4 mile in a high clearance vehicle to see the Green River Rendesvous memorial. From the top of the hill you can look down on where 6 different fur trade Rendesvous' were held between 1833 and 1840.
Oh, and you also go right beside the pronghorn migration overpass.
Written 20 August 2015
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