Museum of the Mountain Man

During the years 1824-1840, the Pinedale region was at the heart of the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade, which supplied precious beaver pelts to the fashion industries of Europe and the eastern United States. Mountain men like Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, Thomas Fitzpatrick and William Sublette carved their legends here, and opened the way for the pioneers of the Oregon Trail. The Museum of the Mountain Man shares a comprehensive collection of Rocky Mountain fur trade journals, relics such as Jim Bridger’s Rifle and the finest Native American sheephorn bow still in existence.  Opened May 1 through October 30 and winter season by appointment. Admission $3-$5.

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Latitude: 42.869557 Longitude: -109.860964 Elevation: 7188 ft
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Seasons Open

May 1- October 30

Hours Open

October Daily 9am to 4pm May-Sept Daily 9am - 5pm

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