U.S. Forest Service
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest (Mount Baker Ranger District) Map
Located on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains, the Mt. Baker Ranger District stretches south from the Canadian border to the Skagit River drainage. Most of the district lies adjacent to the western boundary of the North Cascades National Park Service Complex.
Totaling over 534,334 acres, the district offers a diverse range of landscapes; snow covered peaks to remote valleys, mountain streams to misty lakes, forested slopes to alpine meadows. In the center towers Mt. Baker, a two-mile high, glacier-clad volcano.
Miles of forest roads and trails provide access to year-round recreational opportunities. Visitors ski and snowboard at the popular Mount Baker Ski Area, hike mountain trails to sub-alpine meadows, and camp in a variety of forested settings.
- Weatherproof Plastic
- Year - 2017
- Scale - 1" to the Mile
- Topographic Contour Lines
- Two-sided, self-cover, plastic folded map