Marble Mountain Wilderness

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  • The Marble Mountains - Pristine Wilderness

    Apr 23, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: The fishing and the raw beauty of these mountains.
    Cons: Small window to get into the Marbles.

    Summary: I was raised right in the middle of several wilderness areas. I live on the California – Oregon border in the Klamath National Forrest.The Marble Mountain Wilderness is located forty minutes south of my house. Adjacent to the Marble Mountains ... read more

  • Do you know where you are going?

    Dec 12, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Does not get any better for backpackers in Northern California
    Cons: Long windy drive to get there.

    Summary: After hours of driving we reach the trailhead. We came from the coast of California to get here, thru Willow Creek, Hoopa, and miles upon miles of windy roads. The road followed the Salmon river and I begin to feel like I am in the middle of nowhere. The ... read more

  • Marble Mountain Wilderness

    Jan 20, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: The reflective Alpine Lakes
    Cons: The cow pies

    Summary: The Marble Mountain Wilderness is my new favorite weekend getaway. The Pacific Crest Trail which runs from Mexico to Canada runs through this beautiful region. It is located in the northwest part of California in the Klammath Mountains. We only go for ... read more

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  • Marble Mountains

    Jul 11, 2009 by
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    Pros: Big and beautiful
    Never crowded
    California sunshine
    Limited access to higher elevations
    Cons: Cowbells
    Cow trampling
    Cow erosion
    Cow much more plainly can I say it?

    Summary: This is a nice recovering area. The trails are pristine where not abused by stock trains. The scenery is varied and interesting. The PCT actually runs through some of the impressive geological attractions of the namesake region. The feeling of the land ... read more

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