Klamath Forest Topo Atlas

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Klamath National Forest Atlas

Klamath National Forest Atlas

Camping Klamath / Kayaking Klamath / Klamath River Fishing

Klamath National Forest AtlasThe KLAMATH FOREST atlas, is a spiral bound book – a collection of all the quads (7½ minute topographical maps) of all of the Klamath National Forest back country. This book map has detailed topo lines, mountain peaks, streams, lakes, hiking trails, trailheads and all back roads.

Perfect for all kinds of recreational needs. Published in 2010 with the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture)Klamath National Forest Atlas

Klamath National Forest

Klamath River

Klamath National Forest Atlas

Klamath National Forest AtlasKlamath Camping, Klamath River Fishing, Klamath California, Klamath Redwoods, NorCal Camping, Siskiyou County, Siskiyou Camping, Lakes, Rivers, All Dirt Roads, Off Road Routes, Northern California Hunting, Kayaking Creeks, Rafting Klamath, CA SR 96, California Highway 96, Yreka Mountains, Beaver Creek, Eagles Nest, Scott River Road, Scott Bar, Horse Creek, Grider Creek, Walker Creek, Seiad Valley, Seiad Creek, China Grade, Happy Camp, Elk Creek, Goosenest, Oak Knoll, Salmon River, Klamath National Forest AtlasUkonom, Juanita Lake, Martins Dairy, Orr Lake, Shafter Campground, Curly Jack, Norcross, O’Neill Creek, Sarah Totten, Sulphur Springs Campground, West Branch, Fort Goff, Mount Asland, Tree of Heaven Campground, Big Flat, Hotelling Campground, Idlewild Campground, Matthews Creek, Mulebridge, Red Bank, Shadow Creek, Bridge Flat, Carter Meadows, Hidden Horse, Indian Scotty, Kangaroo Lake, Trail Creek, Beans Camp, Dillon Creek, Frog Pond, Nordheimer, Crystal Klamath National Forest AtlasSprings, Oak Bottom, Ti-Bar Flat TiBar, TBar, Ti Bar river access, Lovers’ Camp NorCal, Big Foot Country

Klamath National Forest Atlas

see also – trail map

nearby towns –

CA96

CA Hwy 96, known for rock slides & closures

Callahan, CA
Etna, CA
Fort Jones, CA
Happy Camp, CA
Klamath River
Orleans, CA
Seiad Valley
Somes Bar
Yreka, CA

 

Red Buttes Wilderness Map

Klamath USFS station:

Klamath Headquarters
1711 South Main St
Yreka, CA 96097
530-863-3092

Sacramento Books

Books for Sacramento Valley, American River, Sacramento River, Gold Country, Western Sierra Nevada, California

Sacramento River Valley & Sierra Foothills

Sacramento Books

Sacramento Books


Sacramento Books

Sacramento Books

Sacramento Books

Half Dome Hiking Map

Half Dome Hiking Map

Half Dome view from Glacier Point (photo SKIP JONES)

Half Dome Trail Map

Hiking to Half Dome is very long day trip, on foot, uphill half the way, with excessive elevation gain and loss. Leave toward the trailhead before day break and get back after sundown. No kidding: 17 miles round trip. You must be in excellent shape to tackle this trail, as it involves discipline and strength. Super scenic waterfalls and viewpoints all along the way. Some prefer to do an overnight trek w/ backpack, food and permits.

Half Dome Hiking Map
Tom Harrison Maps

Half Dome Hiking Map

Hike Half Dome Yosemite Trails, Backpacking Yosemite National Park, Climbing Half Dome, Yosemite Day Hikes, Backpacking Maps; Areas include: Glacier Point Hike, Yosemite Creek, Yosemite Falls, Tenaya Lake, Yosemite Valley, Vernal Falls, Nevada Falls, North Dome, Clouds Rest, Teneya Lake, Yosemite Creek, Panorama Trail, Mono Meadow, Little Yosemite Valley.

Durable, waterproof plastic map; Folded. Map Scale: 31.7K; ISBN# 9781877689703

avenza mapsdownload digital version of this map –
Half Dome Hiking Map

Half Dome Yosemite

Yosemite National Park

The geology of the Yosemite area is characterized by granitic rocks and remnants of older rock. About 10 million years ago, the Sierra Nevada was uplifted and then tilted to form its relatively gentle western slopes and the more dramatic eastern slopes. The uplift increased the steepness of stream and river beds, resulting in the formation of deep, narrow canyons. About one million years ago, snow and ice accumulated, forming glaciers at the higher alpine meadows that moved down the river valleys. Ice thickness in Yosemite Valley may have reached 4,000 feet during the early glacial episode. The downslope movement of the ice masses cut and sculpted the U-shaped valley that attracts so many visitors to its scenic vistas today.

Half Dome Hiking Map

OLD MAP HALFDOME

Half Dome Hiking Map

OLDER VERSION

see also –

Yosemite Books
Yosemite Valley Trail Map
All NatGeo Yosemite Maps
All Tom Harrison Yosemite Maps

Half Dome Hiking Map

Below Half Dome, Mirror Lake

PCT Map #6 Cascades

PCT Map 6 California Cascades

PCT 6

Pacific Crest Trail
Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail
PCT – Hiking Map 6

Lassen to Klamath

Northern California Cascade Mountains: North Lassen, Hat Creek, westward over to Burney Falls, Castle Crags Wilderness, Scott Mountains, Klamath River, Seide Valley, South Cascade Range, Happy Camp Hikes, Forks of the Salmon River, California Highway 3, Etna, Greenview, Callahan, Cecilville, Dunsmuir, Burney Falls, Hat Creek Fishing California. Large fold out map, durable waterproof paper w/ sturdy cardboard cover. USDA National Forest Map. ISBN# 9781593519186

USDA PCT Map 6

The Cascade Range or Cascades is a major mountain range of western North America, extending from southern British Columbia through Washington and Oregon to Northern California. It includes both non-volcanic mountains, such as the North Cascades, and the notable volcanoes known as the High Cascades.

The Cascades are part of the Pacific Ocean’s Ring of Fire, the ring of volcanoes and associated mountains around the Pacific Ocean. All of the eruptions in the contiguous United States over the last 200 years have been from Cascade volcanoes. The two most recent were Lassen Peak from 1914 to 1921 and a major eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980. Minor eruptions of Mount St. Helens have also occurred since, most recently from 2004 to 2008.

Forests of large, coniferous trees (western red cedars, Douglas-firs, western hemlocks, firs, pines, spruces, and others) dominate most of the Cascade Range. Cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers favor evergreen species, whereas mild temperatures and rich soils promote fast and prolonged growth.

As a traveler passes through the Cascade Range, the climate first gets colder, then warmer and drier east of the crest. Most of the Cascades’ lower and middle elevations are covered in coniferous forest; the higher altitudes have extensive meadows as well as alpine tundra and glaciers. The southern part of the Cascades are within the California Floristic Province, an area of high biodiversity.

Black bears, coyotes, bobcats, cougars, beavers, deer, elk, moose, mountain goats and a few wolf packs returning from Canada live in the Cascades. There have been unconfirmed sightings of Bigfoot known locally by the Native American name of Sasquatch. Fewer than 50 grizzly bears reside in the Cascades of Canada and Washington.

nearby towns –

klamath

HAPPY CAMP, the main attraction

see also –

Klamath National Forest Map
Klamath Forest Atlas
Red Buttes Wilderness Map
Rogue River National Forest Map
PCT Map #7 Southern Oregon