PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT - (January 04, 2016)
Pole Mountain Winter Recreationists Need Understand Area Usage, Risks
(LARAMIE, Wyo.) January 4, 2016 – Public demand for winter recreation opportunities continues to grow, as does the potential for conflicting activities and risky endeavors. With that in mind, the Laramie Ranger District would like to remind users of winter recreation guidelines on the Pole Mountain unit of the Medicine Bow National Forest.
The Pole Mountain unit is one of the most highly used recreation areas on the National Forest, and cross country skiing, fat bike riding, snow shoeing, hiking, tubing, running, and sledding are just some of the many activities enjoyed by the public in the area.
Happy Jack and Tie City day use sites are particularly well-used and provide access to miles of trails, as well as unmaintained downhill slopes. read more...