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Medicine Bow National Forest - Pole Mountain Unit
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Year - 2019

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The Pole Mountain unit of the Laramie Ranger District is 55,000 acres of broad, rolling hills, with open short grass prairie and large rock outcrops. The Sherman Mountains, which are steep and forested with lodgepole pine, occupy about 5,000 acres of the area.

Pole Mountain is a popular area for recreation. This is the closest public land to Laramie and Cheyenne and the first National Forest lands that travelers on Interstate 80 come upon as they travel west.

Pole Mountain was established in 1900 as part of the Crow Creek Forest Reserve. In 1903, the land was transferred to the War Department as the Fort D.A. Russell Target and Maneuver Reservation. in 1905, the Crow Creek Reserve became part of the Cheyenne Forest Reserve and later became part of the Medicine Bow National Forest in 1910.
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