Star Valley Wyoming is roughly fourteen miles wide and fifty miles long, found in the mountains on the western edge of Wyoming, adjacent to Idaho. The valley is sanctified both with amazing views and great folk. It is enclosed by the Bridger Teton, Caribou and Targhee Countrywide Forests. Altitudes range all the way from 5,600 feet to seven thoUnited Statesnd feet with the mountains rearing to over ten thoUnited Statesnd. Three major Wyoming rivers, the Salt River, the Greys River and the Snake River meet at Alpine Junction to form the Palisades Reservoir which together with many streams and tiny mountain lakes provides adequate fishing for Cut throat trout, German Browns, Brookies, Rainbows and Mackinaw. The reservoir also provides sailing, water skiing and jet skiing, while the Snake Stream has white water rafting and canoeing. Giant game included Moose, Elk, Mule Deer, Bear and the Mountain Lion. Geese, Ducks, Sandhill Cranes, Trumpeter Swans, Osprey and Grouse also enjoy the valley.