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Here in Washington State, we have 31 designated wilderness areas. There are a rich variety of protected landscapes – lush rain forests, iconic peaks, wild rivers, and delicate meadows. Get out to explore and discover these special areas using the links below – and take comfort in the knowledge that they will remain wild for generations to come.

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1.     Alpine Lakes Wilderness17.   Mount Skokomish Wilderness 
2.     Boulder River Wilderness18.   Noisy-Diobsud Wilderness
3.     Buckhorn Wilderness19.   Norse Peak Wilderness
4.     Clearwater Wilderness 20.   Pasayten Wilderness 
5.     Colonel Bob Wilderness21.   Salmo-Priest Wilderness 
6.     Daniel J. Evans Wilderness 22.   San Juan Wilderness
7.     Glacier Peak Wilderness 23.   Stephen Mather Wilderness
8.     Glacier View Wilderness 24.   Tatoosh Wilderness
9.     Goat Rocks Wilderness 25.   The Brothers Wilderness
10.   Henry M. Jackson Wilderness 26.   Trapper Creek Wilderness 
11.   Indian Heaven Wilderness 27.   Washington Islands Wilderness 
12.   Juniper Dunes Wilderness 28.   Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness 
13.   Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness29.   Wild Sky Wilderness 
14.   Mount Adams Wilderness 30.   William O. Douglas Wilderness 
15.   Mount Baker Wilderness 31.   Wonder Mountain Wilderness
16.   Mount Rainier Wilderness