Wildflower Viewing Areas
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West Pine and Dry Creek Ridge
View from West Pine and Dry Creek Ridge, Gallatin National Forest, Montana. Photo by Wendi Urie, Livingston Ranger District.
West Elk Scenic Byway
Aspen trees with glacier lilies (Erythronium grandiflorum) on the West Elk Scenic Byway Wildflower Viewing Area, Gunnison National Forest, Colorado. Photo by David Inouye.
The Superstition Mountains
The Superstition Mountains loom in the background of this Sonoran Desert scene, Tonto National Forest, near Phoenix, Arizona. Photos by Rick Allnut.
Ben Lomond Peak
Lupine, buckwheat, lomatiums, and other wildflowers carpet the trail to Ben Lomond Peak on the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah. Photo by Teresa Prendusi.
Wildflowers along a trail on Mt. Eddy, Shasta-Trinity National Forest, California. Photo by Julie Kierstead Nelson.
McCall Nature Preserve
Rowena overlook in the McCall Nature Preserve, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.
Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest
Cove spring wildflowers at Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, North Carolina. Photo by Bill Lea.
Moquah Pine Barrens
Sand Cherry (Prunus pumila) carpeting the Moquah Pine Barrens, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Wisconsin. Photo by Jeff Cate.
Starrigavan Recreation Area
View up the Starrigavan estuary from Starrigavan Bay at high tide in the winter, near Sitka, Alaska. Photo by Sandy Russell.
Our national forests and grasslands provide limitless opportunities to see and enjoy wildflowers. Wildflower Viewing Areas feature glimpses of this myriad of places where you may see wildflowers on our national forests and grasslands.
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