Bear River Range


The Bear River Range straddles the border of northeastern Utah and southeastern Idaho, forming the eastern boundary of the Cache Valley which lays just on the other side of the ridge in the immediate foreground. The Cache Valley on the other side of this ridge has been Ancestral Homelands to the First Nations Shoshone Nation and other tribes of pre-history times going back thousands of years.
This valley is famous for the mountain men trappers who lived here in the 1800s. For the full story on this image visit the corresponding page on Where Eagles Fly




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