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Valley of the Dalls LbNA #73286

Owner:Silver Eagle Contact Supporter
Plant date:Aug 4, 2018
Location: Windy Corner
Found by: Filter
Last found: Aug 14, 2022
Hike distance:.1 mi
Last edited:Sep 3, 2018
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (slight slope, 100 yards RT)
Status: alive

The Dall sheep is a subspecies of thinhorn sheep named for William Healey Dall, an American naturalist. They are white with thick, curling horns and inhabit the subarctic mountain ranges of Alaska. A good place to see them is on the cliffs above the road at Windy Corner, where you can also find this box.

Go south on Seward Hwy (AK 1) to near Milepost 106 and park at Windy Corner on left side of road by sign.

From sign walk up Turnagain Arm Trail 45 steps to another sign and continue 48 steps to clump of 6 trees on left. Go right off trail 6 steps up to a multi-trunk tree. LB is at back base under rocks.