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Goat Rocks Plus Tatoosh and Glacier View Wildernesses
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Official Forest Service map of the Goat Rocks and Tatoosh Wilderness where The top of Tatoosh Ridge (6,310 feet) provides views in all directions.

Year - 2018
Topo (Contour) Lines - No
Relief Shading - Yes
Material - Paper Tyger
Double Sided - Yes

A 106,600 - acre alpine wonderland on the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest, the Goat Rocks Wilderness is a portion of the volcanic Cascade Mountain Range in southwestern Washington between Mount Rainier and Mount Adams. The Goat Rocks are remnants of a large volcano, extinct for some two million years. This ancient volcano once towered over the landscape at more than 12,000 feet in elevation, but has since eroded into several peaks averaging around 8,000 feet. This cluster of rocks and peaks has become known as Goat Rocks because of the bands of mountain goats that live there.

  • Includes the 8.6 mile Tatoosh Trail.
  • Highlights recreation opportunities such as trails, campground, boat launches, and more
  • Includes official US Forest Service district office contact information to check local conditions as well as township and range section numbers
  • Land ownership boundaries (federal, state, private) are color coded
  • Printed in the U.S.A.

Our Price: $14.00
Folded Dimensions: (L" x W" x D") 9 x 4 x .25
Unfolded Dimensions: (L� x W�) 36 x 32
Map Scale: 1" = 1 mile (1:63,360)

Quantity in Stock:2205