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Tour the Colville roadless areas

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The Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition, of which Conservation Northwest is a member, is recommending roadless areas on the Colville National Forest for wilderness protection.

The Colville National Forest of northeast Washington features wilderness-quality roadless lands, many of them recommended by the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition, which includes local timber mills, and Conservation Northwest for formal wilderness protection. Please click on the links below to read more about each special area.

Take a photographic virtual tour of the roadless areas. All photos by Eric Zamora, except where noted.

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Harvey Creek
Jackson Creek
Bodie Mountain
Clackamas Mountain
Cougar Mountain 
Thirteenmile
Bald Snow
South Huckleberry
Hoodoo
Twin Sisters
Jackknife
Profanity
Deer Creek
Owl Mountain
Abercrombie-Hooknose
Salmo-Priest Adjacent
Hall Mountain
Grassy Top
South Fork Mountain
Quartzite


The map's dark green line shows the outline of the Colville National Forest. Kelly green are inventoried roadless areas. Bright pink is existing wilderness, the Salmo Priest Wilderness Area, representing less than 3% of the total forest.
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