For the next three miles, you’ll have a chance to see Dall Sheep. You’ll have to crane your neck and look straight up to the cliffs above on the left. These animals, as well as mountain goats, are protected from hunting in this area, part of the Sheep Mountain Game Protection Area. Dall sheep hang out on these cliffs to avoid predators. They live on grasses and sedges, and in winter, when these foods are scarce, the sheep survive on lichens.