Modoc National Forest, California (with Map & Photos)

The Modoc National Forest is a United States national forest in northeastern California. It is volcanic soil.

Modoc is a national forest in northeastern California, USA. The forest area is 6695.09 km². It is located in the districts of Modoc (82.9%), Lassen (9.4%) and Siskiyou (7.7%).

Modoc National Forest
Modoc National Forest

The part to the mere east of the Modoc National Forest, separated from the rest by Goose Lake (Laguna de Ganso) covers the Warner Mountains (Sierra de Warner), which is a spur of the great Cascade Range. Across the Warner Mountains is the Surpise Valley near the Nevada border.

The other part consists of three districts: the Devil's Garden, the Doublehead, and the Big Valley. There is a mount of Juniperus occidentalis. There is also quite a bit of pine ( Pinus ponderosa ) and spruce ( Abies concolor ). Bushes in the area include "bitterbrush" (bitter chaparro - Purshia tridentata ) and "sagebrush" (chamiza - Artemisia tridentata).

Modoc National Forest Map