The Medicine Bow Mountains are within the northwestern part of the Front Range and extend north into Wyoming. These mountains begin at the Diamond Peaks just west of Cameron Pass on Colorado State Highway 14 and extend north from there. Much of these mountains lies within the Rawah Wilderness Area, which entails 85 miles of trails over 73,068 acres.  Summits in this range vary between 12,951 ft. (Clark Peak) and 10,000 ft.

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Medicine Bow Mountains

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The Medicine Bow Mountains are within the northwestern part of the Front Range and extend north into Wyoming. These mountains begin at the Diamond Peaks just west of Cameron Pass on Colorado State Highway 14 and extend north from there. Much of these mountains lies within the Rawah Wilderness Area, which entails 85 miles of trails over 73,068 acres.  Summits in this range vary between 12,951 ft. (Clark Peak) and 10,000 ft.

 

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