Rising to the highest point in the US state of Wyoming, Gannett Peak measures 4,210 meters above sea level. The peak connects to the Wind River Range, which is part of the great Rocky Mountains. Gannet Peak is protected within the Bridger-Teton National Forest that stretches from Yellowstone National Park to the Wind River Range. The peak is named after the geographer Henry Gannett, who was instrumental to mapmaking in the US.
The state of Wyoming, being highly elevated, receives a cool climate, which becomes cooler the closer you get to the summit of Gannett Peak.
Visit between the months of April and September for ideal mountain climbing conditions.
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