Traversing the high mountain tundra and forest in southern Wyoming's Snowy Range, Libby Flats is an intermediate 4x4 trail that meanders through the Medicine Bow National Forest. This multi-use trail is only open and accessible for a few months each year because of the exceptional volume of snowfall during the winter and spring. Luckily, the golden fall color from abundant aspen trees makes up for the short season.
Libby Flats is a trail to take for the beauty of the high mountain views. Although this area receives considerable snow during the winter, that is not how the Snowy Range Mountains received their name. The color of the rocky peaks gives the appearance of being covered with snow even when no snow is present.
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