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Mt. Adams, Indian Heaven & Trapper Creek Wildernesses
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Year - 2015

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

Topo Lines - Yes, Contour Interval 40 Feet


Mount Adams, at 12,276 feet, is Washington's second highest peak. The western half of the mountain is designated Wilderness and managed as part of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest while the eastern half lies within the Yakama Indian Reservation. This massive volcanic cone feeds 12 glaciers while its lower flanks are blanketed in thick forests and sub-alpine meadows. More than 20 climbing routes provide access to this very popular summit.

Small at only 5,970 acres, Trapper Creek Wilderness protects nearly all of its namesake drainage. Observation Peak, the site of a former lookout, offers sweeping views of Mount Adams, Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier, and Mount Hood.

Occupying a high volcanic plateau between Mount Adams and the Columbia River, Indian Heaven Wilderness is blanketed in forests and dotted with numerous lakes and meadows. The Wilderness is know for its interesting volcanic formations and berry picking.
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