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Jedediah Smith & Winegar Hole Wilderness
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Year - 1991

Scale - 1" to the Mile

Topo Lines - Yes

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The Jedediah Smith Wilderness was designated because of the unique karst limestone features, including numerous caves and the outstanding scenic values. It was named in honor of Jedediah Strong Smith, a well-educated and energetic mountain man from New York who explored the west in the early 1800's. Long and narrow, the Wilderness lies on the west slope of the Teton Range near the Idaho-Wyoming state line and stretches from Yellowstone National Park south to Teton Pass.
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