Aldo Leopold Wilderness is named for the great conservation pioneer, Aldo Leopold. It is a rugged and wild country of deep canyons, long ridges and mesas, stream valleys and lofty peaks. There are many pinnacles and spires of volcanic origin along the major streams, and virgin stands of ponderosa pines. The canyons are often brushy, and water is scarce. The Aldo Leopold offers a true primitive wilderness adventure, and a place of incomparable beauty and solitude.
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