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The Best of Cache Valley

 
The Best of Cache Valley

Page Type: Album

Object Title: The Best of Cache Valley

Image Type(s): Rock Climbing, Hiking, Wildlife, Flora, Scenery, Water

 

Page By: mtybumpo

Created/Edited: Apr 23, 2007 / Jun 25, 2008

Object ID: 287485

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What a Beautiful Place!

Smithfield Canyon and City Creek Peak
Sunset on the Bear River Range
 
Oxford Peak
Oxford Peak, the northwest border of Cache Valley.
 
Foothills
Bear River Range foothills near Franklin, Idaho.
I decided that since I live here in Cache Valley and since most of my photos are from this area that I'd make an album of all of my photos, and those of others that I really like, from Cache Valley and the surrounding mountains. (Bear River Range, Wellsville Range, Bannock Range etc.....)
Cache Valley is split in half by the Idaho/Utah border and both sides offer great opportunities for outdoor recreation. It is hemmed in by mountains on every side and is generally rural in nature and heavily agricultural. The largest city in the valley is Logan, Utah (Pop.40,000+-) which is home to Utah State University. The largest city on the Idaho side is Preston, Idaho (Pop. 4,682). I'm from Preston so you can tell where my loyalties lie.
The Bear River Range forms the entire eastern border of the valley and with the Wellsville and Bannock Ranges forming the western boundary. The Wellsvilles are entirely in Utah and the Bannock Range is entirely in Idaho.
Cache Valley is also fortunate to have two wonderful wilderness areas close at hand. The Mt. Naomi Wilderness area encompasses the highest mountains of the Bear River Range with Mt. Naomi (9979) being the highest. The Wellsville Mounatin Wilderness to the southwest takes in the entire Wellsville Range.
I've broken this up into the following sections. For more comprehensive information see the ranges' individual SP sites. I'm only putting a little information and leaving the rest to the photos.

Spring

The Mouth of Cherry Creek
Spring snow in Cherry Creek.
When the valley is turning green and the mountains are still covered with snow, spring in Cache Valley is a wonderful time to take pictures. The snow makes the mountains seem higher and the green of the valley make a beautiful contrast.

Summer

Franklin Hill
Franklin Hill

Fall

Logan Canyon in Fall
Fall In Logan Canyon
Fall is exceptionally beautiful in the Cache Valley Area. The mountains around the valley are home not only to pine and fir trees but to Mountain Maple and Aspen. The green of the conifers mixed with the bright orange and red of the Maple and the yellow of the Aspen make for a very exciting fall.
Late Fall in Deep Creek
Late Fall in Deep Creek.

Winter

Winter in High Creek
A winter evening in High Creek.
Winter is a beautiful time in the valley and surrounding mountains. Sometimes the winters are wet and sometimes they're dry but either way they are wonderful and cold. These are some of my photos of the winter time.
Top of the Hill
Winter in Copenhagen Basin.

Under Construction

Images


Sunset on the Bannock Range

Sunset on the Bannock Range

Top of the Wind Cave

Top of the Wind Cave

Cool Clouds

Cool Clouds

June?

June?

Hole in the Roof

Hole in the Roof

Logan Canyon in Fall

Logan Canyon in Fall

Cherry Peak

Cherry Peak

Sunset on Bierdneau Peak

Sunset on Bierdneau Peak

Prater Mountain in Spring

Prater Mountain in Spring

Bannock Range Sunset

Bannock Range Sunset

Later in the Evening

Later in the Evening

Mount Logan and the Bierdneau Formation

Mount Logan and the Bierdneau Formation

Doubletop from Cache Valley

Doubletop from Cache Valley

Cherry Peak\'s North Face

Cherry Peak's North Face

Low Light on Cherry Peak

Low Light on Cherry Peak


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