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Mount Marvine




Plate 334. MOUNT MARVINE 1915-2001 Plates 333 to 337 form a panorama from the top of Mount Marvine on the Fishlake Plateau. Plate 334 is viewed northwest across the upper end of Sevenmile and Lost Creek Valleys. Aspen has increased in height throughout the photo and some stands have also increased in size. Conifers have increased and have invaded many aspen stands. Most aspen stands have not regenerated in many years due to excessive browsing of new aspen suckers. Willows in the Sevenmile Valley appear unchanged or have actually increased (see Plate 191). Note the new Forest Service access road up Sevenmile Valley and the 4WD trail up Sawmill Creek.

Photo Information:

Original photo taken in 1915; retake by Charles E. Kay on August 19, 2001 - - Photo No. 4880-34; Original photo (David D. Rust Collection; P 2009, Box 1, Folder, Salina to Medea via Henry Mountains; photo 4-4) held by LDS Church Historical Archives, Salt Lake City, UT.

Vegetative Community:

Aspen, Conifer, Riparian


South Central: Section 1, Range 2 E, Township 25 S; UTM 444350 E, 4279950 N; elevation 11,610 ft.

January 2018