Marble Mountain

Home & Family, On the Road, Outdoors, Trivia
on July 26, 2009

Established as a primitive area in 1931, the 242,500-acre Marble Mountain area in Northern California’s Siskiyou County (pop. 44,301) received a wilderness designation in 1953, becoming one of the earliest wilderness areas in the state. Located in the heart of Klamath National Forest, the Marble Mountain Wilderness Area is home to some 89 lakes stocked with trout.