In Sinks Canyon State Park, the conflict over a proposed project underscores challenges of balancing outdoor use with wildlife managment.
Sinks Canyon State Park
Climbers near Lander enjoy year-round climbing, no matter the weather.
Outdoor visitations soar and campgrounds fill up. But traditional tourism services go unused and crowds create management challenges.
At the Rise of the Popo Agie River, trout enjoy serene and well-fed lives unmolested by fishermen.
Snowmelt and rain means there’s too much water in the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie for Sinks Canyon’s eponymous feature to handle the volume