The Freezeout Mountain-Bald Mountain area constitutes the southeastern end of the Freezeout Hills between the Laramie Range on the east, the Medicine Bow Range on the south, and the Wind River Range on the northwest. The main structural features of this area are two northeastward-trending anticlines and the intervening syncline. The northwest flank of the southeastern anticline is cut by a southeastward-dipping thrust. It is believed that the folds and the thrust were formed under northwest-southeast compressive stresses.

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