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Cohutta and Big Frog Wilderness
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The 36,977-acre Cohutta Wilderness is managed by the Chattahoochee National Forest. The 8,082-acre Big Frog Wilderness is managed by the Cherokee National Forest. Together, they form the largest contiguous area of national forest wilderness east of the Mississippi.

Both Wildernesses are in the Cohutta Mountains, which are part of the Blue Ridge Mountain chain. The area is characterized by steep, rugged terrain. Elevations range from 950 feet in the Alaculsy Valley to 4,224 feet on Big Frog Mountain. A variety of plant and animal life is found in this remote region. The Tennessee Valley Divide separates the watershed of the Cohutta Wilderness from the Big Frog.

Scale - 1:31,680 (1/"2 = Mile)
Countour Interval - 40ft
Material - Paper
Dimensions - 32" x 27"
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