WE LOVE IT HERE… WE KNOW YOU WILL TOO
Let us help you plan your adventure to the incredible Wind River Range of Wyoming. Two world class rivers and thousands of lakes to fish, and millions of wilderness acres to explore. This is our home AND our passion. If you need transportation for fishing, hiking, to and/or from the airport, or any other logistical masterminding, we can help!
Transportation in the Wind River Range and beyond…
See More. Drive Less
GOTCO: Great Outdoor Transportation Company provides custom, private charter transportation for your recreational needs! Specializing in convenient transportation options that allow you to make the most of your time, by enjoying more outdoors and spending less time driving.
Airport shuttles between Pinedale and Jackson Hole or Rock Springs Airports
Hiker shuttles between trailheads in the Wind River Range and Wyoming Range
Fishing shuttles between boat ramps on the New Fork and Green Rivers
Transportation to/from other locations including homes, businesses, etc.
GOTCO drivers are practically guides! Besides being safe and reliable, many of them have significant experience in the backcountry and rivers and can offer helpful advice, provide extensive background on the area, and point out major landmarks. GOTCO vehicles are late model vans that almost have more character than our drivers!
Sublette County, Wyoming is our primary area of operation. It is a strikingly vast area where the high desert meets rugged granite peaks. It is approximately the size of the State of Connecticut, with a population of approximately 10,000 people. The closest commercial airport is Jackson Hole located 87 miles away. Rock Springs Airport the next closest commercial airport is located 110 miles away from Pinedale. Sublette County is comprised of almost 80% public land bordered by the Wind River Mountain Range to the north, the Wyoming Range to the west, and BLM and State lands. It is a long way between locations in this wide open country we call home. Some of our shuttles can take up to 8 hours to complete, many with more than 60 miles of rough dirt road. Most of the area including trailheads have poor if any cell phone service, so prior reservations are necessary. See the map below to get the lay of the land…