“The Little Mountain area is considered by many to be…the crown jewel for wildlife and recreation.” Former Wyoming Governor Freudenthal in a letter to the BLM

For generations the Greater Little Mountain area of Wyoming has served as a hunting, fishing and recreational paradise for sportsmen. While relatively unknown to many, this area is truly one of the West’s hidden gems.

For serious hunters, drawing a deer or elk tag in the Little Mountain area is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hunt some of the best populations of trophy big game in Wyoming. If chasing native trout on small streams in remote country is your passion, this area holds excellent conservation populations of native Colorado River cutthroat in small, clear streams where a fly fisherman can enjoy an entire day with no other anglers in sight.

Overall, the region possesses large intact tracts of prime fish and wildlife habitat that translates into tremendous opportunities for hunters and anglers. Because this quality habitat and these opportunities are irreplaceable, the Greater Little Mountain Coalition was formed to ensure that sportsmen in Wyoming and the West will continue to enjoy this unique landscape for generations to come.

We invite you to tour these pages to learn more about Little Mountain and the threats facing it.  We also urge you, as sportsmen and women, to join us and add your voice to the many calling to keep this Wyoming paradise the way it is.