(Lander, WY) – The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission met for a one-day meeting in Douglas on September 8th where the topic of the proposed Sinks Canyon Via Ferrata was discussed.
The Commission listened to comments from the public on the Via Ferrata, according to their post-meeting news release.
Most of the land within Sinks Canyon State Park, including the proposed location of this fixed climbing route, is owned by the Commission and is home to a variety of wildlife, including peregrine falcons that nest there.
“The department has been engaged in the public comment and planning process, facilitated by Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources,” their release stated. “The Commission and the department remain committed to engaging in discussions and will take up this topic again at the November meeting.”
The Commission’s next meeting is November 16-17 in Riverton.
Find all of County 10’s Sinks Canyon Via Ferrata coverage here.