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Henry M. Jackson Wilderness
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The Henry M. Jackson Wilderness, created by the 1984 Washington Wilderness Act, is located adjacent to the southwest corner of the Glacier Peak Wilderness. This 102,673-acre area is northwest of Stevens Pass on Highway 2 and northeast of the town of Skykomish. While this Wilderness straddles the Cascade Mountain Range, most of it is in the Westside ecotype. The vegetation includes cedars, Douglas-fir, true firs, spruce, western and mountain hemlock, and at higher elevations, alpine meadows.
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