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Saddle Peak Hills >> Map #50

Saddle Peak Hills Wilderness

SIZE: 1,440 acres

LOCATION: San Bernardino County; 38 miles north of Baker, California

NATURAL RESOURCES: This area includes the Saddle Peak Hills, which form the western three quarters of the wilderness and the northwestern portion of the Silurian Valley. The wilderness sits adjacent to the Death Valley National Park. The hills are cut by curvy faults and range in elevation from 500 feet on the valley floor to 2,500 feet. The features preserved here represent common landforms found throughout the surrounding desert and mountains.

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ACCESS: Access this wilderness from State Highway 127.


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