Klamath Mountains

The Klamath Mountains System — which include the sub-mountain ranges of the: Siskiyou Mountains; Marble Mountains; Scott Mountains; Trinity Mountains; Trinity Alps; Salmon Mountains; and northern Yolla-Bolly Mountains. They are a rugged and lightly populated series of mountain ranges in northwestern California and southwestern Oregon, in the Western United States.

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