No. Over here in the spring you will find them low on the south slopes eatting wild onions and skunk cabbage, also they start following the deer/elk as they move back up the mnt higher and start to calve out. In the fall usually the south slopes are dryed out and there hanging more in the shaded pockets of the northern slopes, around here in the fall there biggest food sources are thorn berrys and starvis berrys. If the area your in has all the feed sources they use in both spring and fall then they should be relativly in the same area but around here there feed is usually spread out different directions and they move season to season. I have places I don't hunt in the spring cause I won;t get a bark outta the dogs in there but hit that same area in the fall and its like a zoo.