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Crooked Creek Canyon
This view was taken from the far south point of Commissary Ridge on Pryor Mountain in Carbon County, Montana. Here, you can see the depth of the limestone canyon formed between the two uplifted blocks of East Pryor Mountain (left) and Big Pryor Mountain (right). Rotating to the right you can see the line of the forest service "Crooked Creek Road" on the west rim of the canyon as it is cut into the hill side. Behind that you can see the uplifted scarp of Big Pryor Mountain exposed by a forest fire several years ago. Rotate a bit farther to the right and you will see the heavily forested northern flank of Big Pryor Mountain and a nearly perennial snowbank located at an elevation of about 8,500'.
Copyright: Ken Stahley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16000x8000
Taken: 18/06/2019
Uploaded: 23/07/2019
Updated: 05/08/2019


Tags: montana; pryor; snowbank; canyon; crooked creek; limestone
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