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California Hunt Zone X9c Deer

  • ID:X9c
  • State:CA
  • Species:Deer
  • Area:8,712 square miles
  • Elevation:-200 ft - 14,400 ft
  • Public Lands:8,303 square miles
  • Percent Public Lands:96%
  • Campgrounds:9
  • Fishing Access Sites:0
  • Trailheads:1
  • National Forests:Inyo National Forest, Toiyabe National Forest
  • Lat-Long:36.573585, -117.438508

Zone X9c regulates hunting opportunities for deer in California and covers 8,712 square miles. Public lands comprise 8,303 square miles (96%) of the total land covered by this hunt zone. The greater region is best serviced by Death Valley Junction. The elevation of the region ranges from a low of -200 feet to a high of 14,400 feet above sea level. There are 1 trailheads that provide public gateways to these forested and wilderness areas: Inyo National Forest, Toiyabe National Forest, Argus Range Wilderness, Black Cyn Wilderness Study Area, Coso Range Wilderness, Darwin Falls Wilderness, Death Valley Wilderness, Funeral Mountains Wilderness, Grapevine Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Great Falls Basin Wilderness Study Area, Ibex Wilderness, Inyo Mountains Wilderness, Malpais Mesa Wilderness, Manly Peak Wilderness, Paiute Wilderness Study Area, Pigeon Spring Wilderness Study Area, Piper Mountain Wilderness, Queer Mountain Wilderness Study Area, Resting Spring Range Wilderness, Saddle Peak Hills Wilderness, Surprise Canyon Wilderness, Sylvania Mountains Wilderness, White Mountain Wilderness Study Area.

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