Pyramid Lake Trail

MODERATE 1 reviews
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Pyramid Lake Trail is a 26.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Boulder, Wyoming that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, fishing, fly fishing, and horses and is best used from June until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

26.2 miles 5446 feet Out & Back

dog friendly


fly fishing


horseback riding




From Pinedale, drive south on Hwy 191. At Boulder, turn left on Hwy 353 and drive 18 miles to the end of the pavement. Shorty after the pavement ends, go straight through the junction, and drive south crossing the Big Sandy River (Buckskin Crossing). At next junction, turn left (east) and drive 7 miles. Turn left at the following jct and follow the main road to the Big Sandy Campground and trailhead. This trailhead is remote, so be sure to have a full tank of gas.

2 years ago

Easy well maintained trail that rises and climbs through 5 drainage's passing multiple lakes. As you get to the washakie creek area you can view the north size of the cirque of the towers. I rate the trail as moderate difficulty only because of the altitude. The lake is at timberline but has a few pockets of trees that provide some shelter from wind.