Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests
Located in both Nevada and California, lies the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests. It is the largest National Forest outside of Alaska, having a net acreage of approximately 3.9 million acres. It often comes as a surprise when sagebrush-dominated rangelands give way to alpine meadows and sparkling streams. You can travel through many life zones while exploring the forest.
Directions to get there can best be obtained by contacting the forest or by visiting our map. The forest is comprised of several geographically separated units spread across the state of Nevada.www.hobogrill.org