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Wabayuma Peak Wilderness

General Location Maps Contacts Area Management Wilderness Laws Trip Planning

General Trip Planning Information

Plan ahead, always check weather conditions prior to your trip. Summer time temperatures often exceed 100° F. Water is generally available at springs indicated on topographic maps. Always purify any water found prior to use.

Recreational Opportunities

Recreational opportunities in this area include hunting/trapping, hiking, dispersed camping, and equestrian use. Group size limits of 10 people and six pack animals are encouraged.

Climate and Special Equipment Needs

Summertime temperatures, even at the higher elevations, can be dangerous if you are not prepared. More moderate conditions are present between October and May, although snow can be present during winter months, which can make access to higher elevations difficult or impossible.

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