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This fifteen mile hiking trail offers old cabin and mines, along with primitive backcountry and elk hunting.

Trailhead Location:
North end: on State Highway 11 where it crosses Forest boundary in Sec. 8, T. 15N., R. 77W.
South end; 2 access points 1.5 miles NW of State Highway 230.

Legal Description: T. 14, 15N, R. 77W.

General Information: The north end is steep and without benefit of a defined trail. There is a clear trail on the ridge that traverses the entire length of the mountain. There are 2 marked access points on the south end. Access trail shown on south end on private land is closed to the public. Public access trail is one mile SE on Road #311 marked by a trail head sign. This trail leads past some old mines and cabins, through some primitive backcountry and accesses elk hunting areas.

Directions: From Laramie, North End; Travel 26 miles southwest on State Hwy. 230 and 2.5 miles NW on Forest Road #311.South End; Travel 24 miles west on State Highway 130 and 2 miles southwest on State Highway 11.

Elevation: 9,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,500 feet

Distance: 15 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming

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