Historically known as one of the three original wildernesses of the 1964 Wilderness Act, most of this 23,071 acre area is over 6000 feet elevation, containing a large caldera, or crater-like basin, formed by the explosion or collapse of a volcanic cone. Use this map to navigate the trails of the Mountain Lakes Wilderness of Winema National Forest. Published by the U.S. Forest Service and including helpful tips and useful information, this map is essential for anyone planning a hike in this beautiful region of the Northwest.
Features: Paper. 2001. Scale: 1:24,000. 4 x 9 in. folded. 36 x 27 in. unfolded.