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Scab Creek WSA

Scab Creek WSA.

Location: Sublette County

Nearest Town:

BLM Acreage: 7,636 acres

Recommended for Wilderness: 7,636 acres

Allowable Uses & Restrictions:
The WSA was withdrawn from locatable mineral availability in 1970.

Description: 
This area was originally established and managed as a primitive area in 1975. In April 1985, the Scab Creek Instant Study Area was proposed by former president Ronald Reagan for addition to the National Wilderness Preservation System. The Scab Creek WSA adjoins the Bridger Wilderness in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, which lies to the east.

Naturalness: 
Scab Creek WSA offers extraordinary natural wilderness features and ample opportunity for solitary wilderness experiences.

Solitude:
Scab Creek WSA offers extraordinary natural wilderness features and ample opportunity for solitary wilderness experiences.



Pinedale Field Office  |  1625 West Pine Street  |  PO Box 768  |  Pinedale, WY 82941

307-367-5300  |  Fax: 307-367-5329  |  Office hours: 7:45am - 4:30pm, M-F