Majestic Ruby Peak saves the day again

Another storm has swept through the Wallowa Mountains leaving only a few inches of new snow on the Lower Alder Slope outside of Enterprise.

Ruby Peak from Lower Alder slope ©Angelika Ursula Dietrich
Ruby Peak from Lower Alder slope ©Angelika Ursula Dietrich

While it is true that at times we get lots of snow throughout the winter season it is also true that Ruby Peak, a mountain located in the Wallowas, or aka the Eagle Cap Wilderness, protects land and people from some of the massive storms that stretch throughout the region. Ruby is our prominent summit due south of Enterprise and reaches ‎8874 ft / 2705 m at her peak.

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Ruby Peak from Lower Alder slope ©Angelika Ursula Dietrich
Ruby Peak from Lower Alder slope ©Angelika Ursula Dietrich



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ANGELIKA URSULA DIETRICH, Professional Photographer, Videographer, Publisher, Writer, Social Media Consultant, and Website Developer. Angelika has been working for Chief Joseph Days Rodeo since 2010 as the Social Media Manager, PR Photographer, and Rodeo Program Committee Chair. She is also the Digital Marketing Director at Highview Angus Ranch. A self-proclaimed philosopher she is without a doubt an unbridled spirit.

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