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Jelm Mountain summit
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View from the summit of Jelm Mountain (elev. 9,656') near Woods Landing, Wyoming.  An April snowstorm covers most of the view, however the view east expands over the Laramie Plains.  A telescope observatory owned by the University of Wyoming lies at the top & is active during the summer months.

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