Whether you like high-energy rodeo or the culture of high tea, Cheyenne has so much to offer. Enjoy great shopping or a taste of the west with Frontier Days. There is no shortage of things to do, with fantastic restaurants, nightlife, and endless outdoor activities. Call us to find out why West Winds is a great place to live in this exciting city!
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Laramie County Information
Laramie County Community College’s main campus is in Cheyenne. Our campus is nestled along Crow Creek, on the high plains of southeastern Wyoming. Our location puts us at just over 6,000 feet above sea level. The city is the capital of Wyoming, and has a population of about 50,000.
Intersected by I-25 and I-80, Cheyenne is a major crossroads for the Rocky Mountain region and the western United Sates.
There are many regional attractions. If you prefer an outdoor lifestyle, Cheyenne is approximately 30 minutes from the pine forests of Medicine Bow National Forest and 90 minutes from many of the outdoor opportunities of Colorado.
If you prefer a more urban lifestyle, Fort Collins and Denver, Colorado, are just a short 60-to-90 minute drive from Cheyenne, and offer many great shopping and cultural opportunities.
Laramie, population of 27,204, is the county seat of Albany County and is on the Laramie River in southeastern Wyoming, at the junction of Interstate 80 and US Route 287.