Winter Sunrise in Spraddle Creek

A snowstorm clears from the Spraddle Creek drainage at dawn. Directly across the valley and visible from the runs on Vail ski resort, Spraddle Creek provides a wealth of outdoor recreation opportunities as well as critical habitat for Canada Lynx, bighorn sheep and mountain goats. This image was featured by the Wilderness Society in a photo essay on the Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act.

Single-edition print.  Signed and numbered 1 of 1.

Print Size: 36″ x 24″
Framed Size: 43″ x 31″

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About The Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act

Developed in collaboration with hundreds of stakeholder groups and input from thousands of citizens, the Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act seeks to preserve 58,000 acres in Summit and Eagle Counties. Nearly 40,000 acres of of this would be designated as wilderness, ensuring the health and preservation of some of Colorado’s most spectacular peaks and forests in perpetuity.

Snowstorm in Spraddle Creek

About the Single Edition Prints

Jon Mullen photographs our threatened public lands and wild places, free of charge, on behalf of the organizations working to protect them.  This critical work is funded entirely through the sale of the prints you see here. To honor the fragile existence of these wild places, reduce impact on natural resources and ensure enduring value for supporters and collectors, editions of photographs taken in these threatened places are limited to a single print. Each print is signed by the artist and marked “1 of 1” in the lower left corner of the mat.