The Gros Ventre Wilderness lies just east of Jackson in western Wyoming. The name "Gros Ventre" is French, meaning "potbelly". It is roughly marked by the Gros Ventre River to the north (a 74.6-mile-long tributary of the Snake River), the Green River to the east, the Hoback River to the south and the National Elk Refuge and Snake River to the west. The Gros Ventre Wilderness is an abundant area known for its wildlands, scenic beauty, and outdoor activity options alongside wildlife such as bighorn sheep, elk, deer, and black bear!
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