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Kaiser Wilderness
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Year - 1991

Scale - 2" to the Mile (1:31,680)

Topo Lines - Yes

Contour Interval 40 Feet


This 22,700 acre wilderness in the Sierra National Forest lies just north of Huntington Lake. Named after Kaiser Ridge, this area is divided into two distinctly different regions. Elevations range from 7,000 feet to more than 10,000 feet.

The southern half of Kaiser Wilderness rises gradually from the summer homes, resorts and campgrounds on the north shore of Huntington Lake. There are five trailheads along this southern boundry.

The northern half of the Kaiser Wilderness is rockier and more exposed than the southern half. The descent from Kaiser Ridge into this area is difficult and often extremely steep. Four trailheads provide access into the northern half of the wilderness.
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