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Toiyabe National Forest

Address: Robbers Roost Trail, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Ranked #321 of 718 things to do in Las Vegas
Type: National Parks, Forests, Nature & Parks
Activities: Viewing wildlife, Hiking
Owner description: The largest National Forest within the National Forest System, outside of Alaska, having a net...
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Type: National Parks, Forests, Nature & Parks
Activities: Viewing wildlife, Hiking
Owner description: The largest National Forest within the National Forest System, outside of Alaska, having a net acreage of approximately 3,855,960 acres.
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Fremont, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 4, 2014

The Toiyabe National Forest has over 6 million acres. It is the largest national forest in the continental United States. Toiyabe National Forest has a small section in California, with most of it being in Nevada. The section we personally visit the most is south of South Lake Tahoe area. It is an impressive area with the Sierra Mountains and... More 

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