Year - 2010
Scale - 1/2 Inch Per Mile
Topo Lines - No
Shaded Relief - Yes
The Inyo National Forest is an outdoor playground for millions of
visitors every year. The Forest extends 165 miles along the
California and Nevada border, and covers about 2 million acres.
Located mostly on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada
ranger, the Forest contains pristine lakes, high elevation
meadows, winding streams, unique Jeffrey Pine forests, rugged
peaks, and arid Great Basin mountains. Elevation range from 4000'
in Owens Valley, to 14,496' at Mt. Whitney, the highest peak
in the contiguous United States.