Posted on November 25, 2013 by Steven Speicher
A series of bathtubs dot Wyoming’s North Platte River, filling and releasing water for summer irrigation, power generation, and recreation. During western expansion, it became necessary to control the river, building dams and reservoirs that helped to regulate flow between seasons and wet and dry years.
Posted on September 26, 2013 by Aaron Lee
Rushing out of Kortes Dam, fluctuating currents run through the rugged Seminoe Mountains and out into the arid Wyoming plains until the North Platte River’s waters reach Pathfinder Reservoir. With a beautiful landscape surrounding the river, and swift, cold water filled with brown, cutthroat, and rainbow trout, this five and half mile stretch of the North Platte River has earned itself the name, “The Miracle Mile.”