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|The Klamath-Siskiyou Ecoregion|
Straddling the Oregon-California border, the Klamath-Siskiyou (KS) contains the largest concentration of intact watersheds and roadless wildlands left on the Pacific coast of the U.S.
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Covering nearly 10 million acres, the KS stretches from the Umpqua in the north to California's wine country in the south, from the Pacific ocean in the west to the mighty Cascade Mountains in the east. Ranging in elevation from sea level to its highest peak, Mt Ashland, at 7,533 feet, the area is rugged and beautiful. More than half of the region is public land.