Plumas National Forest Map

Plumas Forest Map

Northern Sierra Nevada Mountains, Feather Rivers, Quincy, Blairsden, Bucks Lake, Dixie Mountain, Lake Davis

(see wildfire notes below)

GPS: Longitude & Latitude; Rivers, Creeks, Peaks, Elevations, 4WD & every dirt BackRoad, Hot Springs, Equestrian Areas, all Campgrounds, Hiking Trails & BackPacking Trailheads.

Areas include: Northern Sierra, Quincy, Blairsden, Buck’s Lake Wilderness, Dixie Mountain State Game Refuge, Mount Hough, Lake Almanor, Lake Davis, Lakes Basin Recreational Area, Little Grass Valley Reservoir, New Bullards Bar Reservoir, Sly Creek Reservoir, Lake Oroville, Gold Lake, Butte Valley Reservoir, Antelope Lake, Snake Lake, Round Valley, Feather River. ISBN# 9781628114348

Map Size: 36″x 48″ overall / 4″x9″ folded; Printed on waterproof plastic in 2019

Plumas National Forest Map

Ridge Trail to Mini Gold Lake, Buck Lake Wilderness

Older version of this map – Printed on waterproof plastic in 2013
ISBN# 9781593514525

Northern Sierra Forest / NorCal’s Red Mountains
Plumas National Forest

redwood maps

2022 UPDATE: Most of this National Forest has been devastated by recent wildfires. Much of the forest in between Bucks Lake and Oroville is now totally toast. That’s a whopping 50 mile stretch, hence 318,935 acres. Expect campground closures, damaged trails and heavy logging activity. Charred forests also exist all the way around Indian Valley and Lake Almanor, and along Highway 70, east of Quincy, CA

PCT – Pacific Crest Trail is burnt from Bucks Lake to Lassen!

Wild & Scenic Middle Feather River is burnt 40+ miles, from the town of Quincy to Lake Oroville.

Plumas National Forest Map

Graeagle Golf, East of Quincy, CA

Wilderness Areas, Lakes & Recreation Areas
hikers maparound Plumas National Forest:

Antelope Lake
Antelope Valley Wildlife Area
Big Bald Rock
Bucks Lake Wilderness
Butterfly Valley
Crocker Meadows Wildlife Area
Dixie Mountain
Dome Trail @ Middle Feather
Feather River
Middle Fork Feather River Map
Frenchman Reservoir

Lake Davis
Lakes Basin Recreation Area
Little Grass Valley Reservoir
Mount Hough State Game Refuge
Sly Creek Reservoir

Plumas National Forest Map

Curtain Falls, from Dome Trail Hike

Warning: Neither one of these photos look like this anymore. The Bear Fire wildfire ravaged this canyon of the Middle Fork of the Feather River in 2020.

riverfromtrail

Scenic Middle Fork of Feather River, near Berry Creek, CA

nearby towns:

Plumas, National Forest, Map, Fishing, Hiking, Northern Sierra, Quincy, Snake Lake, Blairsden, Buck’s Lake Wilderness, Dixie Mountain, Mount Hough, Lake Davis, Lake Almanor, Gold Lake California, Lakes Basin Recreation Area, Plumas Eureka State Park, Feather River Fishing, Plumas Forest Camping

see also – Plumas Forest Topo Atlas

Lake Davis, California

Lake Davis, California


Plumas National Forest Map

Snake Lake Camping, W of Quincy, CA

Rogue River National Forest Map

Rogue River National Forest MapRogue River Map

 

Rogue River MapRogue River National Forest Map, Rogue River Oregon Maps, Backpacking Map Hiking Rogue River Wilderness, Backpack OR Topo Maps, Ashland OR, Prospect, Medford, Butte Falls, Jacksonville, Oregon Topographical Map. Published 1994; reprinted in 2003. ISBN# 978159351550

Rogue River, Oregon, USDA National Forest, Fishing, Hiking, Camping Southern Oregon

Rogue River Map

The Rogue River–Siskiyou National Forest ranges from the crest of the Cascade Range west into the Siskiyou Mountains, covering almost 1.8 million acres. Forest headquarters are located in Medford, Oregon.

The largest river in the national forest is the Rogue River, which originates in the Cascade Range and flows through the Klamath Mountains and Coast Range. The Illinois River is a major tributary of the Rogue in the Klamath Mountains, while the Sixes, Elk, Pistol, Chetco, and Winchuck rivers drain the Coast Range directly to the Pacific Ocean.

The national forest is home to some stands of old growth, including Port Orford cedar and Douglas fir in the Copper Salmon area. A 1993 Forest Service study estimated that the extent of old growth in the forest was 345,300 acres some of which occurs in the Red Buttes Wilderness. Blue oak and Canyon live oak occur in the Siskiyou National Forest. For the California endemic Blue Oak, the disjunctive stands are occurring near the northern limit of its range, which occur no farther north than Del Norte County. The world’s tallest pine tree is a 268.35-foot ponderosa and is located in the national forest.

The Rogue River–Siskiyou National Forest contains all or part of eight separate wilderness areas, which together add up to 565,900 acres:

Copper Salmon Wilderness – 13,700 acres
Grassy Knob Wilderness – 17,200 acres
Kalmiopsis Wilderness – 179,775 acres
Red Buttes Wilderness – 19,940 acres
Rogue–Umpqua Divide Wilderness – 33,200 acres
Siskiyou Wilderness – 152,680 acres
Sky Lakes Wilderness – 113,590 acres
Wild Rogue Wilderness – 35,818 acres

 

see also –

Rogue River Float Guide
Columbia River Map
Oregon Dunes Map
Oregon Hiking Books
PCT Map #7 Southern Oregon
PCT Map #8 Northern Oregon