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Ansel Adams Wilderness
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Year - 2011

Scale 1" to the Mile

Topo Lines - Yes, Contour Interval 100 Feet


This 230,300 acre wilderness was formerly the Minarets Wilderness, and is part of the Inyo and Sierra National Forests. The Ansel Adams was renamed in 1984 to honor the pioneering landscape photographer and is known for spectacular alpine scenery. Elevations range from 7,000 to 14,000 feet. The central area has many lakes. Rugged area includes the high country east of the Sierra crest. Pacific Crest and John Muir Trails cross this area.
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