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  • Much of the area is traversed by the Medicine Bow Mountains and the Rawah Range for which it is named.
  • The pass is a gap between the south end of the Medicine Bow Mountains and the north end of the Never Summer Mountains.
  • POWs worked in the surrounding area and also were assigned to crop harvest crews in Ryan's Park in the Medicine Bow Mountains.
  • The North Platte River flows northward from Colorado into Wyoming through the popular rafting site  Northgate Canyon which is along the western side of the Medicine Bow Mountains.
  • On the east side, it is rimmed by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the Never Summer Mountains and Rabbit Ears Range to the south, and the Rand.
  • Geologic publications have suggested that the Snowy Pass Supergroup at the peak is significantly older than, and unrelated to, the orogeny of the surrounding Medicine Bow mountains.
  • In addition to the discovery locality, it has been reported from the Stillwater igneous complex in Montana and the New Rambler copper nickel mine in the Medicine Bow Mountains of Wyoming.
  • It rises in several short forks that descend from the southwest edge of the Medicine Bow Mountains near Walden and approximately 2 mi ( 3 km ) downstream from the mouth of the Michigan.
  • The Medicine Bow Mountain Bike Patrol, part of the Laramie Bicycling Network, is a non-profit volunteer organization that works with the Forest Service to patrol and maintain biking trails east of Laramie.
  • The Bighorn Mountains, the Black Hills, and the Medicine Bow Mountains are popular tipi pole harvesting areas for Native Americans living on Plains Indians reservations in North and South Dakota, and immigrant tipi enthusiasts.
  • The Cheyenne belt, the 1.78 1.74 billion year old suture between the Wyoming craton and the Yavapai province that formed as North America was assembled, is exposed in the Medicine Bow Mountains.
  • Mesoproterozoic ( ~ 1.4 Ga ) anorthosite and syenites of the Laramie Anorthosite Complex and granite ( ilmenite-bearing Sherman Granite ) intrude into rocks of the Colorado orogen in the Laramie and adjacent Medicine Bow Mountains.
  • U . S . Route 287 carries traffic from Fort Collins, Colorado into Laramie, Wyoming through a pass between the Laramie Mountains and the Medicine Bow Mountains, merges with US 30 and I-80 until it reaches Rawlins, where it continues north, passing Lander.
  • As the Union Pacific Railroad was pushing west to link up with the Central Pacific Railroad, as part of the First Transcontinental Railroad, they sent logging crews into the Snowy Range, in the Medicine Bow Mountains, to cut down timber ( mainly Lodgepole Pine ) for railroad ties.
  • Set in a treeless landscape defined by barbed wire fences, grazing cattle and a busy freight railroad line, Laramie is a town where pickup trucks outnumber sport utility vehicles, where fall entertainment revolves around this Saturday's homecoming football game and the start of the hunting season in the nearby Medicine Bow mountains.
  • The Never Summer Nordic backcountry hut system consists of six yurts ( large, round, canvas tents ) and two cabins in the Medicine Bow Mountains north of Fort Collins, Colo . The yurts and cabins must be reserved as a unit, there are no individual spaces available, and visitors pack in their own food.