The Six Rivers National Forest, a relatively undiscovered natural gem, is a mountain playground for the North Coast and interior valley communities. With over 35% of California's wild and scenic rivers on federal lands, its 1,500 miles of waterways offer fantastic whitewater and river recreation opportunities. The combination of dramatic settings, water-based recreation opportunities, outstanding salmon and steelhead fishing, remoteness from major urban populations, and rich cultural heritage make the Six Rivers National Forest a perfect choice for every visitor. On this map the Smith River National Recreation Area (NRA) has all the best of California's North Coast, offering diverse botanical and wildlife habitat, and the enticing crystal clear waters of the state's purest river stretching from the coastal mountains to the redwood forest. Further south the steelhead trout capital of the world, the Orleans Ranger District provides rugged mountains, steep canyons, and old trees in the heart of Bigfoot country.
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