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Located at the base of Laramie Peak, the most prominent peak in the Laramie Mountain Range, this cabin is situated to soak in the majestic views of the serene and rugged landscape. With 40 acres, it's a rare opportunity to own a unique property with breathtaking panoramic views. In addition, the property borders 25,000 acres of Medicine Bow National Forest on the north and west side! The coveted elk unit #7 surrounds the property. Imagine the exhilaration of stepping out your back door and finding miles of land to track that trophy elk. The hunting options continue to stack up with mule deer unit 64, antelope units 103, 42, and 30, and mountain sheep unit 14 all bordering the property. The sagebrush, pine trees, and high plains grass provide the ultimate cover and habitat for the game and mountain lions. A refreshing spring runs through the middle of the 40 acres, and you'll find several large reservoirs and streams that are fishable and only a short drive away. Wheatland Reservoirs #2 and #3 are a 25-mile drive. The North Laramie River offers trout fishing that ranges in size from 6 to 15 inches. Once the hunt is over and the sun begins to set, relax on the back deck and be awe-inspired by the vibrant sunset behind Laramie Peak. Make this property a vacation retreat, hunting camp, or a residence with bordering land that you can explore by foot, horse, or ORV. The possibilities for outdoor recreating are as endless as the Wyoming sky!Local AreaThe life-giving source of water is what put Wheatland, Wyoming on the map back in the late 1870s. The town continues to thrive due to the establishment of the largest privately owned water companies in the United States. As a result, Wheatland serves as Platte County's seat. The western way of life defines the culture, and farming and ranching continue to lead the economy. Laramie, Wyoming is home to the only university in the state. As such, it is a colorful college town. The University of Wyoming has several interactive experiences for tourists. Visit the historic downtown for a taste of how the west was won. For railroad history, check out the Depot Museum and be awed by the Ames Monument that stands 60 feet and was built by the Union Pacific Railroad. Enjoy a walking tour of the Wyoming Territorial Prison where the famous Butch Cassidy was once held long ago. Situated northwest of Laramie, Wyoming on Highway 30 alongside the Union Pacific Railroad is the community of Rock River. This area is in the heart of the Wyoming High Plains with rugged territory and plains that support herds of antelope. The primary economic activity here includes cattle ranching and farming wheat, corn, and sunflowers. Dinosaurs once roamed this vast state and there is much proof at Como Bluff nearby east of Medicine Bow. Como Bluff was the site of one of the first major discoveries of dinosaur remains in the world! The area received notoriety because of the immense number of bones found and their near-perfect preservation. Area AttractionsMedicine Bow National ForestThe Medicine Bow National Forest provides year-round recreation with opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, horseback riding, ORV riding, fishing, and hunting. In the winter and fall seasons, there is snowshoeing, snowmobiling, skiing, and snowboarding. With drastic fields of vibrant wildflowers, wildlife can be seen including pica, marmots, foxes, moose, black bears, and mountain lions. HuntingAlbany County holds premier hunting opportunities! Between the Snowy and Laramie Mountain ranges, hunters consider themselves at an advantage as this area is coveted for elk, bighorn sheep, and mule deer hunting. FishingAny level of angler will be pleased with the fishing opportunities Wyoming has to offer. Wyoming has 4,200 lakes, 27,000 miles of flowing rivers and streams, and 14 reservoirs all of which are home to over 22 species of fish. Whether it's wading in a stream of fishing through a hole in the ice, Wyoming has possibilities for all anglers seeking a memorable time.