Virtual Guidebook to Lassen Volcanic Park and the Modoc Plateau
Warner Mountains
Modoc National Forest California


This is a good example of the basin and range topography that is characteristic of the landscape between California and the Rockies. Like the Sierra, the Warners have a gradual western slope, densely forested, and a much steeper east slope descending into desert.



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Mount Vida viewpoint in the northern Warner Mountains

(July 4, 2003)


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Clear Lake in the southern part of the Warner Mountains

(July 4, 2003)


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