The 158,900 acre Carson-Iceberg Wilderness has varied topography with 12 prominent peaks exceeding 12,000 feet in elevation. This area is part of the Stanislaus and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests. Rugged granite peaks and boulders, steep ridges, and long valleys with meadows are typical. There are a few lakes and the headwaters of several rivers in this area. Use this map for navigating this area, and to learn more about the wildlife, vegetation, wilderness ethics, and more.
Features: Waterproof. 2016. Scale: 1:63,360. 9 x 4 in. folded. 27 x 33.5 in. unfolded.