Stunning Red Canyon building lot just minutes from downtown Lander, Wyoming. This 6.02 acre lot is the last and only vacant lot in the small and established Cedar Lookout Subdivision in Lander's famed Red Canyon area. Cedar Lookout Subdivision is the first on Red Canyon Road and offers only five lots, keeping it quiet, private, and exclusive for years to come. Gorgeous views span the red cliffs and Wind River Mountain range in every direction. Land This 6.02 acre lot is located less than 10 miles from Lander City limits and offers a rolling, sloping terrain and exceptional 360 degree, “top of the world” views of the Wind River Mountain range and Lander Valley. Nearby recreation opportunities abound with everything from fishing on the Little Popo Agie River just down the road (off of Red Canyon Rd.), to world-class cross country skiing at Beaver Creek recreation area. In addition to abundant wildlife of all kinds, the property consists of native grasses, sage, wildflowers (including Wyoming’s State Flower, Indian Paintbrush), and Cedar and Juniper trees dot the landscape everywhere you turn. A preliminary road leading to a spectacular leveled-out homesite is already established at the top of the property overlooking the entire Red Canyon valley area and providing exceptional views for miles, and electric is already in place at the lot line. This property is just waiting for you to build your dream home! Call today for more information on this gorgeous private, rare, and last remaining lot in the beautiful Cedar Lookout Subdivision before it’s too late! Recreation World class recreation opportunities abound in the Lander Valley and surrounding Wind River Mountain Range. Hunting, fishing, backpacking, horseback riding, rock climbing, mountain and road biking, backcountry skiing, ATV riding and many other outdoor recreation opportunities await you in this friendly and laid back mountain town. Region & Climate Lander, Wyoming is quickly becoming one of the most charming and up-and-coming small towns in the West, and for good reason. Excellent restaurants, bars, breweries, shops, art, and entertainment opportunities, including multiple seasonal outdoor concerts and festivals, are all part of what make Lander so enviable and enjoyable for all who live, work and play here. Commercial air service is an easy 30 minute drive away in nearby Riverton, Wyoming, and world class downhill skiing and luxury resorts can be found in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Park City, Utah, which are less than three and four hours away by vehicle, respectively. On average, there are 239 sunny days per year in Lander and it is one of the least windy towns in the state. Location Lander, Wyoming is located in the central part of the state along the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River and just south of the Wind River Indian Reservation at the base of the Wind River Mountain range. Sitting at a high desert elevation of 5,358 ft. above sea level, Lander is known for its Sinks Canyon State Park, the Wind River Mountains, nearby Red Canyon, various outdoor recreation sports and activities, its wild and lively Fourth of July celebration and parade every year, and numerous summer events and festivals, including The International Climber’s Festival, Lander Brew Festival, Lander Presents concert and events series, Fremont Area Road Tour, the Pioneer Days Rodeo, and the Annual One Shot Antelope Hunt, just to name a few. Lander has a population of 7,551 and is the County Seat of Fremont County, Wyoming. Lander is home to the Wyoming Catholic College and the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS).