Warren Peak Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

Warren Peak

WY, USA

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Page Contributor(s): Alysha Krall, Gillette, WY, USA

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Cycling Warren Peak

Ride 7.4 miles gaining 1,742’ at 4% average grade.

 This is a road to a fire tower that has amazing 360 degree views.  From the US Forest Service website:

The original Warren Peak Fire Lookout was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1938. This tower was ten feet tall with a live-in cab. In 1959, construction began on the Sundance Air Force Station, the world’s first nuclear-powered radar station, located on Warren Peak. The original Warren Peak fire lookout was demolished during the construction. In 1960, a new Warren Peak fire lookout was moved to a peak east of the original lookout. It was constructed with a 54 foot steel tower and cab.  More