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No New Posts Arrowhead Lake

On steep trails descending the mountains that follow streams and rivers, most of which lead into a lake near the base of the mountains. This is Arrowhead Lake, it's named for it similar shape to a very sharp chipped indian arrowhead that you can see from up high on the mountain trails. There are many twists and turns around this massive lake. It spreads so vast that the treeline from one side looks like a blur of dark green and is practically impossible to see on the clearest of days. There are some lovely lagoons with clear pooling water for a nice refresher after a long arduous trip down the mountain side.

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No New Posts Elk Peak

Up high on the terrace, in this area the elk congregate heavily on a regular basis, and like the plague during the rutting season. Bull elk are overrun by the raging testosterone pumping in their veins, fighting for breeding rights to elk cows to pass on their genetics for the next generation. Be careful wandering through here, it's actually best to stay out of here in the autumn, and there is always a threat of predators in the area looking to pick off a weak and injured bull elk for a meal. But, just about any other time of the year in this picturesque land is pretty peaceful among the elk, with belly deep grass, littered with pines, aspens and spruce trees.

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No New Posts Cougar Cliffs

This is an area where a big population of cougar live. Small caves big enough for a mother with cubs for shelter, and rocky outcrops and steep cliffs, make the area prime habitat for the cougars. They hunt mainly the deer, and the mountain goats the roam the area to eat on the vegetation, and wild flowers. But they have no problem taking on a horse if they're too hasty about wandering into their domain. Not a place for mares with foals, only the strong, and brave come through here.

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No New Posts Payette Stream

At the very bottom of the terrace is the Payette Stream. It had at one time, used to be a strong flowing river hundreds of years ago. But, with the flood, it has dwindled down to a meek stream. It's a great place to rest weary bodies, and recharge. Grass is plentiful, and also shaded with small pines, and aspens here and there, and small trout swim the stream. Other animals, large, and small come to the stream to drink, and feed. Although a great resting spot, danger also lurks with Cougars near by.

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Sprocket Terrace

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Sprocket Terrace
Sprocket terrace is the former remnants of a floodplain of a river that used to run through this area of land hundreds of years ago. It had cut down through the earth, removing sediment and rock, and carved out these huge layered steps with different ecosystems, down into a steep canyon where a small trickling stream in the bottom, remains of the big river that once ran through here. The soil is a mix of clay, sand and gravel, with patches of grass, and woody shrubs and a few trees through out the terrace.
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