Medicine Bow

Medicine Bow can refer to the following things:

  • Medicine Bow, Wyoming, a town in southeastern Wyoming
  • Medicine Bow Mountains, a mountain range in Colorado and Wyoming
  • Medicine Bow Peak, the highest peak of the Medicine Bow Mountains
  • Medicine Bow National Forest, a U.S. National forest in Wyoming
  • Medicine Bow (school), a wilderness school in Northern Georgia
  • Camp Medicine Bow, Yawgoog Scout Reservation, Rhode Island

Other articles related to "medicine bow":

Medicine Bow Peak - Maps
... Medicine Bow Peak page at Topographic map of Medicine Bow Peak Medicine Bow Peak Trail Review from Photos of ...
Laramie, Wyoming - Sports - Outdoor Sports
... sea level between the Laramie Range (Laramie Mountains) and the Snowy Range (Medicine Bow Mountains) ... Volunteers from the Medicine Bow Nordic Association, in cooperation with the Forest Service, maintain groomed cross-country ski trails in a sector of ... The Medicine Bow Mountain Bike Patrol, part of the Laramie Bicycling Network, is a non-profit volunteer organization that works with the Forest Service to patrol and maintain biking trails east of Laramie ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Carbon County, Wyoming - Current Listings
11, 1994 Wyoming Highway 130 east of Saratoga, Medicine Bow National Forest Saratoga Carbon Cemetery 02011-04-07April 7, 2011 County Road 115 ... Route 30 along Como Ridge Medicine Bow Extends into Albany County DFU Elk Mountain Bridge 01985-02-22February 22, 1985 County Road 120-1 Elk Mountain ... Route 30 Medicine Bow France Memorial United Presbyterian Church 01984-05-14May 14, 1984 3rd and Cedar Sts Rawlins Grand Encampment Mining Region Boston Wyoming Smelter Site 01973-07-0 ...
Medicine Bow Peak
... Medicine Bow Peak is the highest peak in the Snowy Range, a part of the Medicine Bow Mountains, about 35 miles west of Laramie, Wyoming ... It lies within Medicine Bow National Forest ...

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