The Alta Toquima wilderness area is near the geographic center of Nevada and is made up of 38,000 acres. Situated in the middle of three wild ranges, it boasts dramatic, glacier carved canyons, tumbling creeks, and high alpine tablelands. From certain vantage points, you can see clear across the state of Nevada, to California in the west and Utah in the east. Mt.Jefferson, with it's triple peaks, is the centerpiece of the Toquima mountain range with an elevation of 11,949 feet at the south summit. With contour lines. Waterproof.
|Map Type||Trail Map|
|Publisher||US Forestry Service|