Home > Find By State > California >

Tahoe National Forest
<!--05-->Tahoe National Forest
 
Alternative Views:


Year - 2013

Scale: 1:126,720

Topo Lines - No (Shaded Relief)

Plastic

The Tahoe National Forest, covering 800,000 acres, offers an abundance of natural beauty and historic charm. Visitors can choose from a wide range of activities, including exploring beautiful high mountain lakes, the fascinating geology of the Sierras, or the rugged Granite Chief Wilderness. The 1,500 to 9,400 foot elevation range of the Tahoe provides a wide variety of year-round recreational activities. There are also wonderful opportunities for discovering the rich history of the area. As long as 4,000 years ago, the ancestors of the Washoe, Maidu, and Nisenan people lived in the area that is now the Tahoe National Forest. Though their permanent homes were generally at lower elevations outside the Forest boundary, they ranged widely throughout the forest from spring to fall, hunting game and gathering acorns, berries, seeds and other foods and natural materials.
Our Price: $14.00
Special Instructions: Region 5

Quantity in Stock:1723
Qty:

 

Accessories
Sequoia National Forest San Bernardino National Forest Plumas National Forest Inyo National Forest
Our Price: $14.00
Our Price: $14.00
Our Price: $14.00
Our Price: $14.00
<!--05-->Sequoia National Forest <!--05-->San Bernardino National Forest <!--05-->Plumas National Forest <!--05-->Inyo National Forest
Lake Tahoe Basin Atlas Los Padres National Forest (South) Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Los Padres National Forest (North)
Our Price: $16.00
Our Price: $14.00
Our Price: $14.00
Our Price: $14.00
<!--05-->Lake Tahoe Basin Atlas <!--05-->Los Padres National Forest (South) <!--05-->Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit <!--05-->Los Padres National Forest (North)