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Wilderness - MAP
Stateline >> Map #48
SIZE: 7,050 acres
LOCATION: San Bernardino County; 3 miles northwest of Stateline, Nevada
NATURAL RESOURCES: The Stateline Wilderness lies on the edge of the California-Nevada border, thus its name. A rocky, mountainous and isolated portion of the Clark Mountains make up the majority of the wilderness. Bighorn sheep cross this wilderness as they migrate between the Clark Mountains and the Spring Mountains located in Nevada.
ACCESS: To access this wilderness, exit Interstate 15 at Stateline. Go north from the Primadonna Resort on the Stateline Pass Road. The wilderness is due west of this road. The eastern boundary of the wilderness generally follows the road north, then diverges at the historic traction, finally returning to Stateline Pass Road at the pass. High clearance vehicles are recommended.
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