Wild & Scenic River - Oregon
The Klamath River is one of only three rivers that bisect the Cascade Mountain Range. Beginning in Oregon's high desert interior, it cuts through the Cascades and the Klamath Mountains before entering the Pacific Ocean in northern California. This creates a wide diversity of habitats supporting an abundance of fish and wildlife. Due to an abundance of food and a mild climate, the Klamath River Basin was and is an important location for at least three Native American tribes. The river was also an attractive location for early European settlement, providing a travel corridor through the mountains.
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Klamath-Lake - Klamath Falls 2014
Map of Klamath Falls in the Klamath-Lake Protection District in Oregon. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.