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Forest Service Maps
Map: Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest WA
Agency: Forest Service
From Granite Falls to Darrington scenic drive the Mountain Loop Scenic Byway with numerous opportunities for camping, hiking, fishing, and scenic viewing. From Sedro-Woolley travel east along the Skagit River into North Cascades National Park. Along the way explore the forest roads leading to Baker Lake with opportunities for camping, boating, fishing, and hiking. From Monroe travel east to the Stevens Pass Scenic Byway with camping, and hiking activities. From North Bend travel I-90 east to Snoqualmie Pass, then Keechelus Lake, and into Wenatchee National Forest. From Enumclaw travel east and south into the forest and Mount Rainier National Park, then east of the national park is access to Norse Peak Wilderness and William O Douglas Wilderness for hiking, backpacking, or horse riding. OHV(motorcycles) trails are south of Enumclaw at Frog Mountain or Evans Creek.
This map includes the Norse Peak Wilderness, the Henry M. Jackson Wilderness, Clearwater Wilderness, Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Boulder River Wilderness, Glacier Peak Wilderness, Mount Baker Wilderness, Noisy Diobsud Wilderness, North Cascades National Park, and the Mount Baker National Recreation Area. Map shows color-coded federal, state, and private lands, recreation information, roads, water features, recreation sites, corrals, other forest service facilities, place names, points of interest, and township and range lines. Forest roads, trails, and campgrounds are clearly marked. Scale is 1/2" = 1 mile. Use map for WA Hunting Units 249, 336, 348, 352, 356, 418, 426, 437, 448, 450, 454, 460, 486, 490, 653, and 654. Paper. 1999.
Item No. MTBAKER
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WA DNR Maps
Map: Mount Baker WA - Surface Management
Agency: WA DNR
This WA DNR map shows lands mostly east of Mount Baker including Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest with Mount Baker Wilderness, Baker Lake, North Cascades National Park, and Ross Lake. From Marblemount travel northeast through North Cascades NP to Ross Lake with opportunities for camping, hiking, scenic driving, boating, fishing, and wildlife viewing. From Concrete travel north to Baker Lake for more recreational activities, plus hiking trailheads into Mount Baker Wilderness are marked. Shows federal, state, and private lands, roads, water features, recreation sites, points of interest, place names, county boundaries, township and range lines. Use this map for hunting in Units 418, 426, and 437.
Scale is 1:100,000, 3/4 inch to 1 mile. 2003
Item No. WADP-MTBAKER
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