A four mile long dirt road takes you up into the canyon.
Corral Creek itself.
At the end of the road is a parking area at a trailhead.
Gee, I have some socks that must be close to 10-15 years old.
A small dam built by beavers.
These amaze me. How do they know where to build and where not to build?
This is an old sheep corral, probably where the creek and canyon got its name.
It is no longer in use.
Nowadays the sheep are herded on down the streets of Ketchum from their summer grazing lands high in the mountains. It is an annual weeklong festival taking place in the first week of October. From there the sheep will be loaded up and trucked to their winter grazing areas in Utah and California.