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Covering a total of nearly 2.9 million acres, the Medicine Bow National Forest spreads from north-central Colorado into southeastern Wyoming, near Laramie and Rawlins. With a mix of forests and wide open grasslands, Medicine Bow National Forest provides an abundance of outdoor recreation. Hiking, fishing, trails for mountain biking, and even picnic areas can be found within Medicine Bow National Forest.
There's an array of wilderness areas for you to explore once you've made your way to Medicine Bow National Forest. From the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area to the Huston Park Wilderness Area, and even the Savage Run Wilderness Area, there's a seemingly endless amount of real estate for your to cover and experience – it's an authentic Wyoming outdoor experience.