Sprucemont (really called Spruce Mountain) was actually a few mining camps spread across Spruce Mountain. First mined for lead-silver ore in 1869, it was a long-lived and successful mining area. The mines here produced ore all the way into WWII; almost a hundred years worth.
The mines are now caved and only a few ruins stand today. It remains a very picturesque site.
Some of my photos are from my early days of exploring and are old and grainy.
Last Updated on July 8, 2020 by Guy Starbuck