Cedar Mountain - Spirit Mountain

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Cedar Mountain was once called Spirit Mountain in reference to the many people who have been lost in the area’s many caves. The caves and canyon are said to be haunted, and ghostly footsteps have been heard by visitors. Longtime residents say “little people” occupy this site. The caves are closed to public access, but some reports say one can get permission to explore here by registering with the forest service.

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Geographic Information

Cedar Mountain
Wyoming 82414 ‎
United States

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44.4933333, -109.16972220000002
Park County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Cody, WY (6.0 mi.)
Ralston, WY (21.5 mi.)
Powell, WY (27.1 mi.)
Meeteetse, WY (27.5 mi.)
Garland, WY (31.9 mi.)
Burlington, WY (36.5 mi.)
Byron, WY (38.7 mi.)
Deaver, WY (39.2 mi.)
Frannie, WY (42.5 mi.)
Cowley, WY (43.7 mi.)


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