Remote territory in the heart of southeastern Wyoming recreation. 160 acres in northern Albany County on Cottonwood Creek adjoining Medicine Bow National Forest. This foothills setting is on the eastern side of the Laramie Mountains with infamous Laramie Peak towering above the northwestern horizon. Cottonwood Creek winds through the property for one-half mile. There is electricity at an old cabin location. This property is a rare-find. The topography ranges from rolling hills, hidden valleys, and rugged draws, to high mesas and amazing rock outcroppings which jut out of the landscape. Cottonwood Creek runs through the middle of the property where pine, aspen, and willow are scattered along the creek bottoms. The Medicine Bow National Forest Laramie Peak Unit borders the property on the north and west. In addition to Laramie Peak, there are many recognizable formations in surrounding the Laramie Mountain Range, including the Haystack Peaks, Albany Peak and Bear Head Mountain. The elevation varies from 6,600 to 6,900 feet. Summary: - Remote location in northern Albany County. - East of Laramie Peak. - Mountain Stream. - Borders Medicine Bow National Forest – Laramie Peak Unit. - Electricity. - No Covenants. - Wildlife- The surrounding area has deer, bighorn sheep, black bear, elk. - About one-hour drive to Wheatland or Glendo. - 20 miles from pavement. - Adjacent 387 acres also available. Visit ArnoldRealty.com for maps and more info or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at 307-746-2083.