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From Elko, travel approximately 65 miles over Harrison Pass (Ruby Mountains) on Highway 227/228 to Ruby Valley and the Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Ruby Lake lies at an elevation of 6,000 feet in a closed basin. The Refuge contains over 9,000 acres of lakes, ponds and waterways intermixed wi from anglerweb.com
- Ruby Lake NWR lies in the southern portion of Ruby Valley in Elko and White Pine counties of northeastern Nevada. The refuge is in a closed hydrologic basin at an elevation of 6,000 feet and lies along the eastern flank of the steep and rugged Ruby Mountains. The refuge consists primarily of mars from wildernet.com
Type: Horseback Riding The remote trails and spectacular scenery make northeastern Nevada an oasis for horseback riders. The entire 38-mile-long Ruby Crest Trail is open to horses. The National Forest around Angel Lake and Wells in the East Humboldt Range also offers numerous trails and backcountry from travelnevada.com
If you choose not to sample the excellent fly fishing at the Ruby marshes, the natural beauty of the place is reason enough to make the trip. This wonderful wetlands is populated with deer, eagles, herons, swans, geese, and every kind of duck imaginable. All of this sits at the base of the snow-top from trails.com
Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge lies at the southern end of the Ruby Valley in northeast Nevada. Located at an elevation of 6,000 feet and flanked on the west by the rugged and scenic Ruby Mountains, it is one of the most remote refuges in the lower 48 states. The refuge encompasses 39,928 acres from recreation.gov
Black Crappie, Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout from landbigfish.com