Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming.
The Savage Peak WSA encompasses 7,041 acres of BLM-administered land with no split-estate or private inholdings. Located in Natrona County about 31 miles east of Jeffrey City, this WSA is rugged and mountainous with dense strands of fir, pine, aspen and cottonwood in the drainages. The Savage Peak WSA affords a variety of opportunities for primitive and unconfined recreation including hiking, camping, backpacking, hunting, rock climbing, nature study and photography. The Savage Peak WSA contains great vertical relief. Large pockets of open grass and sagebrush on the west are surrounded by steeply rising slopes. The size of the area and its diverse topography combine to provide some high quality opportunities for primitive recreation. The area is mixed with private and public lands, permission is required when crossing private land.
Access to the Savage Peak WSA requires landowner permission.