Snake River, WY
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The Snake River map features 80 river miles from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming downstream through Jackson Wyoming all the way to the Palisades Reservoir. It includes public/private land designation, public fishing access areas, boat launches, parking locations, campgrounds, float mileages, hatch charts, and more.
Formed by the confluence of three tiny headstreams on the southwest flank of Two Oceans Plateau in western Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park, the Snake starts out as a small river flowing west and south into Jackson Lake. Its first 50 miles run through the valley of Jackson Hole, which cuts between the Teton Range and the Continental Divide. The Snake takes a large bend northwest through Snake River Canyon, cutting through the Snake River Range and into eastern Idaho, receiving first the Hoback and Greys rivers before entering Palisades Reservoir.