Bridger-Teton National Forest

From Kemmerer to Buffalo Valley and everywhere in between

Explore Your Forest

Offering more than 3.4 million acres of public land for your enjoyment. Its pristine watersheds, abundant wildlife and immense wildlands, the BTNF comprises a large part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48 United States.


  • Wind River Reservation students attend camp on the BTNF

    A group of people in a group in an outdoor setting learning

    Tucked among the pines and sagebrush meadows, along the banks of the Buffalo Fork River, students from multiple Wind River Reservation schools traveled west of the continental divide to the Blackrock District administration site.

  • Videos – Discover, Enjoy the Bridger-Teton National Forest

    A beautiful forest scene with trees, wildflowers and mountains

    Discover the lands of the Bridger-Teton National Forest encompassing 3.4 million acres and home to three wilderness areas. Learn about recreational opportunities, wilderness areas, forest history and more on our video page.

  • Continuing our Service to you During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Stay Safe COVID

    Our Forest Service offices may be operating differently due to the COVID-19 pandemic - please call our offices if assistance is needed. The Briger-Teton National Forest asks the public to please recreate responsibly.  We encourage you to follow public health guidelines regarding social distancing while you recreate in National Forests.




Bear Safety and Food Storage Order

Picture of a Grizzly Bear taken on the Bridger-Teton National Forest

The Bridger-Teton National Forest is committed to providing readily available information to Forest visitors about Food Storage regulations the safety of humans and bears alike. This will help minimize negative interactions between people and bears when recreating in bear country. We encourage you to take the pledge to educate yourself for your safety and those of the bears! 

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Greater Sage Grouse

The  Intermountain Region of the ForestsService incorporated standards and guidelines for  greater sage-grouse into forest plans in 2015. Greater Sage Grouse Conservation

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