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Laramie Mountains

 

a mountain range in the Rocky Mountains, in the USA. Length, 200 km. Elevation, up to 3,131 m. The range is composed in its axial part of crystalline rocks, and it has the shape of a weakly dissected arch. To elevations of 2,800–3,000 mthe vegetation consists mainly of pine forests and above that of alpine meadows. [14–484.3]

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Unit 7, Laramie Range, north of Cheyenne; Unit 100, in red desert (3 percent chance to draw); and units south of Yellowstone can be productive but consist of wilderness areas, which require nonresidents to hire a guide.
Wyoming Game and Fish wildlife division chief Jay Lawson said the season should be similar to last year's, and some tremendous (again, 340-class or better) bulls should come out of the limited hunts in the Laramie range.