Tucked away in the quiet Dunoir Valley below Ramshorn Peak, this property has Tremendous 360 degree views and a seasonal tributary running through the property. Located just 13 miles west of Dubois, Wyoming this property is perfectly situated to highlight the iconic rugged granite peaks overlooking the valley. Land The land is gently sloped with a seasonal creek running through the lower section of the property. The vegetation is high elevation rangeland with scattered aspen stands with springs located on the property. Improvements There are no utilities on the property currently. Recreation The town of Dubois is only 20 minutes to the east, where you can enjoy the quietness of the town tucked at the base of the Shoshone National Forest. The area is home to the largest summer range for Elk, Deer, and Bighorn Sheep in the Yellowstone region. Along with the wildlife abundance, the property sits only 40 minutes drive from the nationally recognized Togwotee Mountain Lodge. Togwotee Pass has built a reputation for premium snowmobiling due to the 500 inches of annual snowfall and the 600 miles of snowmobile trails throughout the Bridger-Teton National Forest, running along the Continental Divide. From fishing and river access to horsebacking, hunting, and hiking the area has an abundance of recreational opportunities. Region & Climate The elevation of the property ranges from 7,700 to 7,850 feet. The average annual precipitation is 9 inches with the average annual snowfall of 37 inches. The mean daily temperature of the area averages 35 degrees in the winter and 75 degrees in the summer. The Dubois Municipal Airport is 20 minutes away and downtown Dubois is only 25 minutes away along HWY 26 (Population: 740). History The Dunoir Valley is rich with history, where tie hack cabins once homed the Scandinavian immigrants that worked in the area during and between the World Wars (1914-1946). Tie hacks felled, limbed, and cut trees into 8-foot planks made for railroad ties. These logs were then sent down the Wind River (which runs through Dubois) and were then loaded into railroad cars in Riverton. This demanding trade built the American West infrastructure as Dubois became the largest tie-hack center in the United States by the 1920s. The area has deep history from the famous Butch Cassidy to Native American hunting traditions. This rich history can be explored more at the local Dubois Museum.