Fish lake cutoff old spanish trail
"Welcome to the Old Spanish Trail. Between 1829 to 1848, this pack trail was a major transportation link between Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Los Angeles, California. Although referred to as one trail, it had a series of shortcuts including the Fish Lake Cut-off. Blankets and other woolen goods produced in New Mexico were traded for Spanish mules and horses. The Trail, designated as a National Historic Trail in 2002, was the first major highway across the Southwest and is considered one of the most difficult trade routes ever established in the United States.
The Old Spanish Trail was opened primarily by Spanish missionaries linking Spanish towns in New Mexico and California. Mules and horses, abundant in California, were in demand in New Mexico"
Overlook of the Johnson Valley Reservoir. Johnson Valley Reservoir is the start of the Fremont river...
A lone fisherman on a cold October morning.
“Fish Lake, six miles long and one mile wide, lies in a geologic structure known as a graben valley. ...
View from the summit of UT72. UT72 is a highway that runs from I70 in the north down through Fremont...
Mill meadow reservoir is located on the Fremont river drainage downstream of Fish Lake and Johnson Va...
Heading westbound on highway UT119 towards Glenwood and Richfield Utah. The only problem was driving ...
Chimney Rock, Capitol Reef, Utah
Panorama Point, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
A walk along the dry river bed has countless views of rock walls towering above. This is a High Dynam...
view of Capitol reef near Fruita Campground
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