Bridger Teton National Forest
With an abundance of wildlife and outdoor recreationists, the Bridger Teton National Forest’s 3.4 million acres of public land attracts a variety of visitors. The BTNF makes up a considerable amount of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
The four W’s are the best way to sum up the BTNF: Wildlife, Winter opportunities, Wilderness, and Wild and Scenic Rivers. In order to know which activity you want to pursue in which area of the BTNF, a good place to always begin your trip planning is visit the local Ranger District. Each Ranger District's recreation website details all the important information users need for each recreation area and activities within each district.
Other areas of specific interest on the Forest include: