Enjoyed a great week in Nevada last month for Thanksgiving. One of the days we took a trip to Ruby Valley, this is a glacier made Valley around 50 miles from Elko in Northern Nevada. The Valley is around 60 Miles in length and offers some amazing views of the local scenery and wildlife. The Valley is very remote, which makes sense as a significant amount of it is a National Wildlife Refuge. In this post i’ll concentrate more on the scenery, I did take a lot of photos of birds and other wildlife whilst i was here but I’ll put that into another post to not make this one too long.
Ruby Valley, Nevada
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6 thoughts on “Ruby Valley, Nevada”
Great pictures Mathew!!!
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Cheers David, I appreciate it
Lovely photos Matt. Looks like an amazing place to visit. Xx
Thank you, yeah it was incredible! Hopefully be able to post the bird photos from there also soon x
Brilliant shots Matt….the still untouched side of the U.S.
Cheers, I appreciate it