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Hiking In Medicine Bow

There are over 50 hiking trails in the Snowy Range and Sierra Madre Range ranging from 7,400 ft. to 11,200 ft. in elevation. There are also 14 trails on Pole Mountain, most of which are doable as cross-country ski trails in the winter. The trails are often shared between hikers, mountain bikes, horseback riders and…

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Exploring Medicine Bow on ATV

ATV’s are a popular way to navigate the beautiful back country of the Medicine Bow National Forest. Medicine Bow offers challenging trails for the seasoned ATV rider along with pleasurable, scenic riding for the beginning and leisure ATV rider. There is a large network of paved and unpaved established roads throughout the Forest and surrounding…

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Staying Active During Your Vacation

When thinking about a relaxing vacation, an exercise and workout routine might not be the first thing to pop in your mind. It can be difficult to find motivation to keep active on a vacation or continue to exercise in an unfamiliar environment. Here are some ways you can get quality exercise during your stay…

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Health Benefits of Hot Springs

Balneology is the practice of treating and preventing disease through the use of natural mineral hot springs water. This practice has been used since the bronze age by many different civilizations including the Romans, Egyptians and Greeks. Soaking in mineral waters have numerous benefits such as: Improve Circulation—They are thought to help with blood circulation,…

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