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Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area

Curtis, Alan B.

Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area

guidebook supplement 27

by Curtis, Alan B.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area (Or.),
  • Oregon,
  • Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area.
    • Subjects:
    • Plant communities -- Oregon -- Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area.,
    • Old growth forests -- Oregon -- Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area.,
    • Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area (Or.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAlan B. Curtis.
      SeriesGeneral technical report PNW ;, GTR-571, General technical report PNW ;, 571.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK182 .C87 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30 p. :
      Number of Pages30
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3286649M
      LC Control Number2003628042
      OCLC/WorldCa52138162

      Red Rock Canyon features a one-way mile scenic drive, hiking and trails, plants and wildlife, geology, camping, cultural resources and much more. Our Visitor Center offers information and interpretation about recreation opportunities. The facility also features indoor and outdoor exhibits and a book and gift store. Rock Creek Research Natural Area (RNA) is a 1, acre research natural area in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Laurel County containing acres of old-growth, primarily mixed mesophytic forest, restricted to the gorge. It was designated an RNA in and a National Natural Landmark in

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Horse Ridge Research Natural Area: Guidebook Supplement 37 Introduction Horse Ridge Research Natural Area (RNA) is a ha (ac)1 tract that occupies predominantly north- to northeast-facing slopes on Horse Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area book in southeast Deschutes County, Oregon.

The site was originally established as an RNA in Author: Reid Schuller, Ron. Halvorson. 1. Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area Linda R. McMahan, Ph.D. Retired, OSU Extension Service Oregon State University Ap 2. Perched on a mountain at feet in the western Cascade Mountains, the area, protected by the U.S.

Bureau of Land Management since the ’s, provides a stunning contrast to the surrounding forests. Help keep our trails and parks open during COVID by committing to social distancing.

Some trails or park services may be closed so check with local authorities before heading out. The Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area (RNA) is managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). It is designated by the BLM as both an RNA and an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC). Elevations within the RNA vary from 1, feet ( m) to 2, feet ( m).

Hiking trail. The Horse Ridge Research Natural Area occupies predominantly north and northeast facing slopes of the ridges. It was established in The Brothers Fault Zone bisects the ridges and exposed mafic lava rock has been dated to ma. Horse Ridge is a winter mountain biking recreation area with about 30 miles (48 km) of on: Deschutes County, Oregon, U.S.

Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area (HRR RNA) was established in June to protect the best remaining example of a grassy “bald” (treeless area) on the west-ern margin of the Cascade Range and its associated botanical, wildlife, and scenic values (fig.

The bald is surrounded by old-growth Pseudotsuga menziesii/Tsuga. Trail Description Horse Ridge is one of Bend’s winter-time mountain biking areas. About 16 miles east of town on High the terrain and foliage is really different from the trails you’ll find in the Phil’s area — it’s a wide-open, rocky, juniper forest.

Peaking out at about ′ the ridge offers quite a bit. Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area (RNA) was established to represent a grassy “bald” (treeless area) on the western margin of the Cascade Range and its associated botanical, wildlife, and scenic values.

It lies east of the Willamette Valley and is part of the western slope of the Cascade Range physiographic province. Horse Rock Ridge is a series of steep bald meadows on south facing slopes located in the Cascade foothills area known as the Coburg Hills.

Horse Rock is the geologic feature that the area was named after. The largest portion of this basalt. Up on the western edge of the Cascade Range, as the mountains melt into gentle slopes, there exists a series of meadow-crowned ridges known as Horse Rock Ridge.

Like most natural features in the Pacific Northwest, the ridge was created by volcanic activity, this time by numerous basalt flows. Today, the dike formations are covered in grass and.

Horse Rock Ridge is a unique mosaic habitat located in the Coburg Hills that has received dual designation from the Bureau of Land Management as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern and a Research Natural Area.

Horse Rock Ridge, Oregon Horse Rock Ridge Research Natural Area is an uncommon grassy bald habitat located east of Springfield, Oregon. For information about licensing photos for publication or to order prints please contact.

Horse Rock Ridge is dually classified as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern and a Research Natural Area. The site itself is considered to be the largest “grassy bald” meadow west of the Cascades, and as such is a wonderful study site. It is also home to some fantastic geological features that help to shape the environment as a whole.

Horse Rock Ridge Hike (TH | | LOG) Fees and Regulations. No passes or fees needed to park here Driving Directions. From I-5, take the Brownsville Exit #, and go east on Route for 11 miles. Just past the town of Crawfordsville, turn south on Brush Creek Road.

Go two miles and turn right onto West Brush Creek Road. The Horse Ridge Research Natural Area varies in elevation from 1, to 1, m. (4, to 4, ft.). It is located on top of rolling topography (Horse Ridge) which rises above the surrounding flat to undulating plateau (fig.

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