Klamath National Forest - Northern California
Situated on the Oregon border and home to five wilderness areas, the Klamath National Forest is one of the most biologically diverse and uncrowded national forests in the country.
With its lava flows, grasslands, glacial peaks, deserts, wetlands and raging rivers, chances are good that users will find what they are looking for. Fishing and hunting are also popular in this area.
Wilderness areas include the Marble Mountain, Russian, Siskiyou, Red Butte and Trinity Alps Wilderness Areas. Vehicular travel is restricted in these areas. This includes mountain bikes, hang gliders and game carts.
This map is one of the high quality maps the Forest Service produces. Useful coloring and shaded relief really make the rest of the features stand out.