Strawberry Mountain and Monument Rock Wilderness Map

Item #: 01889
Author: U.S. Forest Service
Strawberry Mountain and Monument Rock Wilderness Map
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When you go to the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness, the terrain is rugged, and elevations range from 4000 feet to the 9038 foot summit of Strawberry Mountain. Over a hundred miles of trails cross the 68,700 acres of wilderness, offering vista after vista to the enterprising hiker. Monument Rock Wilderness spills from the Malheur National Forest onto the adjacent Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. The northern end of the Wilderness lies across a watershed divide that separates the headwaters of the Little Malheur River and the upper drainages of the South Fork Burnt River. Use this map to explore both wilderness areas. Along with trails and roads are helpful tips and useful information for anyone planning to take a hike in this amazing region of the Northwest.

NOTE: Many areas in this forest require a "day-use" fee.
See several pass purchasing options, including the Northwest Forest Recreation ePass and Annual Pass.
Features: Paper. 2001. Scale: 1:47,520. 4 x 9 in. folded. 27 x 40 in. unfolded.