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Kendall Valley Lodge

KENDALL VALLEY LODGE

Nestled along the Green River bordering the Bridger-Teton National forest, Kendall Valley Lodge offers all the comforts of snuggling up to cozy campfires, sizzling steaks off the grill, horseback riding on forest trails, fly fishing the ripples of the Green River all the while creating everlasting memories of a great outdoor adventure. Embark in additional activities backpacking, horseback trail riding or overnight camping in the Bridger-Teton wilderness where great panoramic views of the Wyoming Wind River Mountains can take your breath away from purple mountains glimmering off the setting sun, fish jumping in the clear smooth mountain lakes, and chances of wildlife can be seen along the mountains streams, lakes and valleys to be explored that encompass the very passion the wilderness of Wyoming has to offer. (See the Contact Us page for map and directions to lodge) Kendall Valley Lodge is a year-round mountain lodge and guest ranch adjacent to the Bridger- Teton National Forest and the Green River. Closest lodge to Square Top Mountain and the Green River Lakes with comfortable cabins, restaurant and bar. Kendall Valley Lodge is operated by Mule Shoe Outfitters where we conduct Guided Horseback Trail Rides; Guided Day Fishing Trips either by horseback or vehicle as well as Scenic Tours by vehicle; Guided Wilderness Fishing Trips for Golden Trout, Cutthroat, Brook Trout, and Grayling; Wilderness Pack Trips with campfires and breath taking scenery, along with Spot Pack Trips and Gear Drops for the Do-It-Yourself folks. We also offer winter accommodations for snowmobilers traveling the Continental Trail or day riding. Located 31 miles north of Pinedale and 79 miles southeast of Jackson at the end of the pavement on Highway 352.