The Laramie Mountains are a range of the Rockies, encompassing the area from south-east Wyoming to north Colorado. Laramie Peak, the highest peak in the range, is 10,272 ft above sea level. The principal mineral of the range, coal, is found in the foothills.
The Laramie Mountains span the eastern border of Albany County in south eastern Wyoming. Part of the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Laramie Mountain Range is also located within a southern section of Converse County. At the south end of the range the nearest town is Laramie, and at the center of the range the nearest towns are Wheatland and Guernsey.