Bighorn Mountains Jeep Trip - August 6th 2022 - Woodchuck Pass - West Fork Big Goose Creek

Where: Bighorn Mountains - Woodchuck Pass - West Fork Big Goose Creek

Where to Meet: Lynn's Grocery Store parking lot in Greybull, WY

Meeting Time: 9:00 am

Email to Sign Up: Click this link, go to "Details" near the bottome of the page, click "View Email Address" to get a contact email address. Alternatively, you can contact Melissa via any of the Wyoming Jeepers' social media accounts to coordinate with her. The reason for the email is to allow us to inform participants of any possible changes. If you don't sign up, you can still show up in Greybull for the ride but we can't guarantee the logistics. We don't plan to change anything but you never know what might come up.

Communication: Vehicle to vehicle will be GMRS radios. FRS radios will also work on GMRS frequencies.

Vehicle Requirements: You need to have a vehicle matching a stock Jeep Wrangler capabilities for Woodchuck Pass which is our first trail. The road between Woodchuck Pass and West Fork of the Big Goose Creek is a regularly maintained mountain road. The West Fork Big Goose Creek Trail is a technical road that requires a stock Jeep Wrangler type vehicle for almost the entire trail but the last one-third of a mile will require a 2” lift and 33” tires at a minimum. If you don’t have this capability, you can walk the final part of the road to see the beautiful spot at the bottom or you can head home when we reach this point in the road.

Lunch Stop: We will be stopping along the way for lunch. We could easily spend an hour meeting people, looking at rigs, eating, etc.

Food: Bring your own snacks and lunch. We may have a fire for roasting hot dogs depending on possible fire bans.

Etiquite: We want this trip to be fun for all involved. Please be considerate of everyone. We prefer no alochol on this trip.

Liability Notice - Disclaimer: It is very important that all participants understand that Wyoming Jeepers have no way of knowing participant ability or the capability of their vehicles. We are only giving guidelines to the best of our knowledge. We are not responsible for lack of ability of participants or their vehicles. Any damage or costs that may occur is the sole responsibility of the participant. We can and will however, help with flat tires, winching out or similar recovery issues that may arise.     


Example of FRS radios