Spruce Sapling, Porcupine Gulch

A spuce sapling takes root in the Porcupine Gulch area. As the only access to the land bridge over I-70 at the Eisenhower Tunnel, Porcupine Gulch is a critical wildlife corridor. The area would be permanently protected under the proposed Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act.

Terms: Arapaho National Forest, CO - Summit County, Colorado, Continental Divide Act, CORE Act, National Forest, Porcupine Gulch, Public Lands

Image Dimensions: 5878 x 3923
Location Georeference: 39.6550, -105.9257


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