Laramie Peak is the highest Wyoming peak in the Laramie Range, located in the northern part of Medicine Bow National Forest.Laramie Peak is also the second highest peak overall in the range behind Colorado's South Bald Peak at 11,003 feet, and it is rated the 8th most prominent peak in Wyoming. 

The mountain does not rise above treeline, making it great for winter snowshoeing and an easy summer hike-up. The switchback trail leading to the top begins around 7,500 feet, making the days elevation gain about 3,000 feet. The degree of incline remains moderate for most of the journey, making biking up the mountain possible, and riding down the mountain highly recommended!

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