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Hunter–Fryingpan Wilderness

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Nearest city  Aspen, CO
Address  Aspen, CO 81611, USA
Established  1978
Governing body  U.S. Forest Service
Area  331.9 km²
Hunter–Fryingpan Wilderness
Location  Pitkin County, Colorado, USA
Management  United States Forest Service
Similar  Neota Wilderness, Sarvis Creek Wilderness, Cache La Poudre Wilderness, Byers Peak Wilderness, Rocky Mountains

The Hunter–Fryingpan Wilderness is a U.S. Wilderness Area located in White River National Forest east of Aspen, Colorado. The 82,026-acre (331.95 km2) wilderness established in 1978 includes the headwaters of Hunter Creek and the Fryingpan River plus many peaks of the Williams Mountains. It borders on the Mount Massive Wilderness to the east, separated only by the continental divide. There are 50 miles (80 km) of trails in the wilderness area.

References

Hunter–Fryingpan Wilderness Wikipedia


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