Maps

Below are maps of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.

Roads highlighted in pink on the maps are roads under review in the Sustainable Roads analysis. Roads not highlighted on the map are under other ownership, such as state and county roads, or commitments, such as tribal access and cooperation with other landholders.

Note: the map files are very large. It’s recommended to save the files to your computer before opening them. For Windows users, right-click on the link below and “Save link as…”

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, North
(PDF, 10.5 MB – Note that the map file size is large and will take time to open.)

Shows the forest from the Canadian border south to Spada Lake, Monte Cristo and surrounding areas.

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, South
(PDF, 9.6 MB – Note that the map file size is large and will take time to open.)

Shows the forest from Spada Lake, Poodle Dog Pass, Bald Eagle Mountain and surrounding areas south to Sun Top, Skookum Flat, Crystal Mountain and surrounding areas.

Please visit the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie’s Sustainable Roads Strategy website to download all of the maps associated with the Sustainable Roads Strategy.

All final maps associated with the Sustainable Roads analysis can be found in the Sustainable Roads Public Engagement Report.

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One response to “Maps

  1. Being able to hike in the beautiful Mt. Baker area is what makes life in the Pacific Nortwest meaningful especially to us senior citizens!

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