Plate 1399X. High Mountain 1909 – 2006 Viewed east-southeast from High Mountain across Lake and Rattlesnake Creeks to Cedar Breaks National Monument. The open ridge in the lower left portion of the photos is Stud Flat. Conifers have increased, while aspen has declined. Most aspen stands have not regenerated in many years due to excessive ungulate herbivory (Kay and Bartos 2000). Plates 1397x to 1400x form a panorama from left to right.
Original photograph taken by G.B. Richardson (No. 205c) in 1909; retake by Charles E. Kay on August 6, 2006 - - Photo No. 5720-20. Original photograph held by the U.S. Geological Survey Photographic Library, Denver, CO.
South West: Section 18, Range 9 West, Township 36 South; UTM 331300 E, 4170500 N; elevation 9,900 ft.