Henry M. Jackson Wilderness Map - WA
The Henry M. Jackson Wilderness, created by the 1984 Washington Wilderness Act, is located adjacent to the southwest corner of the Glacier Peak Wilderness. This 102,673-acre area is northwest of Stevens Pass on Highway 2 and northeast of the town of Skykomish. While this Wilderness straddles the Cascade Mountain Range, most of it is in the Westside ecotype. The vegetation includes cedars, Douglas-fir, true firs, spruce, western and mountain hemlock, and at higher elevations, alpine meadows. Roads, trails, and symbols are in black, contour lines in brown and private land holdings in grey.
Scale is equal to 1" = 1 mile.