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- The unusual name of this area comes from an Arapahoe word meaning 'Earth Born'.
- The area is within the Medicine Bow - Routt National Forest and includes a day-use picnic area and an overnight campground but is best known for the amazing rock climbing. In fact, there are currently 900 climbing routes currently on record.
- Mountain bikers, anglers, hikers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers also enjoy the natural beauty of this area which is easily accessible from Interstate 80.
- The area was used as a military testing ground until 1961. It is now managed by the state and is free to access except for overnight camping fees in the established campground.
- While you are in the area, stop and see a nearby Statue of President Abraham Lincoln's head and a pyramid built in the 1880's by the Union Pacific Railroad.
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