Wild areas are rich with history, diverse wildlife and unique geology. With spectacular alpine scenery, Mount Naomi Wilderness lies between the Logan River and the Utah-Idaho state line and towers over metropolitan Cache Valley, Utah. The Wellsville Mountain Wilderness, also in Northern Utah, encompasses extremely rugged and picturesque terrain. The mountain is one of the narrowest and steepest ranges in the Rockies, averaging only about five miles wide at its base and rising to its tallest summits, the Wellsville Cone at 9,356 feet and Box Elder Peak at 9,372 feet. These wilderness areas were incorporated into the National Wilderness Preservtion System through passage of the Utah Wilderness Act in 1984.
The Mount Naomi and Wellsville Mountain Wilderness Map is printed on waterproof, tear-resistant plastic, contains contour lines and is at a scale of 2″ = 1 mile (1:31,680). This two-sided map contains photos, historic information, wilderness regulations, as well as ethics guidelines and numbers for more information.