Salmo-Priest Wilderness Map
Explore this remote area that's home to a massive old-growth forest—not to mention numerous woodland caribou, grizzlies and gray wolves—with the Salmo-Priest Wilderness map.
- U-shaped Salmo-Priest Wilderness is home to 43,348 acres of remote, rugged beauty in the Selkirk Mountains of northeastern Washington
- Its most prominent features are 2 long ridges running southwest to northeast, connected near their northern ends by a ridge crowned by the 6,828-foot Salmo Mountain
- Highlights recreation opportunities such as trails, campgrounds, boat launches and more; includes color-coded land ownership boundaries (federal, state and private)
- Includes official U.S. Forest Service district office contact information to check local conditions as well as township and range section numbers
Made in USA.
9 x 4 x 0.125 inches
32 x 27 inches
1 in. = 4,166 feet (1:50,000)
U.S. Forest Service
State / Province
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