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Mt. Baker & Noisy-Diobsud Wildernesses & Mt. Baker National Recreation Area
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Year - 2015

Scale - 1" to the Mile (1:63,360)

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At 10,778 feet, Mount Baker is the dominant feature of the 117,900-acre Mount Baker Wilderness. High elevation lakes and tarns dot the region, surrounded by alpine meadows and peaks rising 6,000 to 8,000 feet. More than 50 miles of trail access the Wilderness, making it a popular attraction for a diversity of visitors.

The smaller 14,300-acre Noisy-Diobsud Wilderness lies between the two drainages from which it takes its name. The only trail access to this Wilderness is by the Anderson/Watson Lakes Trail, a 2.3-mile hike to sub-alpine lakes.

The southern slopes of Mount Baker lie within the Mount Baker National Recreation Area (NRA). These 8,600 acres provide year-round recreation for hikers, backpackers, horse packers, climbers, snowmobilers, and backcountry skiers. In summer, miles of trail offer access to alpine meadows, moraines, and glaciers. In winter and spring, the area is a favorite with snowmobilers and ski mountaineers.
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