Saturday, July 27, 2013

Guest Photos of Medicine Bow Peak Hike

This wide angled photo was shot by a fried of mine. He hike the Medicine Bow Peak with me one afternoon as the clouds rolled in.

Various trails headed down to pristine lakes. Camping is allowed, with out obtaining a permit, at these gorgeous locations up along the Snowy Range in southern Wyoming.
I do recommend carrying water and using hiking poles. While this bit of trail looks level, we encountered several boulder fields and open country. The air is generally pretty dry. Sunscreen is also highly recommended. At higher elevations, the air is thin and serious sunburn can result.

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