High Creek Ridge / High Creek Canyon

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Description: This canyon and ridge provide stream, riparian, mountain shrub, maple, aspen and conifer habitats and are best birded in the spring, summer and fall.  Higher elevations best in the summer when snow is sufficiently melted.

Directions:  Go north from Richmond on US 91 about 1 mile.  Turn right at the sign to High Creek and proceed to a cattle guard.  The ridge is on your left.  For easiest access go another .7 miles up the road.  You can also continue up the canyon on an unpaved (but passable) road another 2 1/2 miles or so to a trailhead for the Mount Naomi Wilderness area (there's a campground half way up the road).

Specialty Birds: American Dipper, Plumbeous vireo and Western Tanager (on High Creek Trail in Jun) Winter Wren

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