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Trail follows Medicine Bow Ridge to the peak. The talus covered north slope contrasts the sheer 400-600 foot cliffs on the south side of the ridge.

Trailhead Location: Trailhead at Lake Marie Picnic Ground.

Legal Description: T. 16N., R. 80W.

General Information: This trail follows Medicine Bow Ridge to Medicine Bow Peak. Medicine Bow Peak, at 12,013 feet is the highest peak on the Medicine Bow National Forest. The talus covered north slope contrasts the sheer 400-600 foot cliffs on the south side of the ridge. The trail is very exposed to weather, delay your hike if thunderstorms threaten. Foot traffic only. The trail is not suitable for pack stock.

Directions: From Centennial, Travel 14 miles west on State Highway 130 to Lake Marie Picnic Ground.

Elevation: 11,200 feet

Ending Elevation: 12,800 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,600 feet

Distance: 3 miles

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming


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