360° VR Panoramas of Lassen Volcanic Park and the Modoc Plateau
The Warner Mountains
Modoc National Forest, California

This is a good example of the basin and range topography that is characteristic of the landscape between California and the Rockies. Like the Sierra, the Warners have a gradual western slope, densely forested, and a much steeper east slope descending into desert.


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Mount Vida viewpoint in the northern Warner Mountains

Mount Vida viewpoint in the northern Warner Mountains

Mount Vida viewpoint in the northern Warner Mountains

, California

Date photographed: July 4, 2003
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The gradual west slope of the Warner Mountains

The gradual west slope of the Warner Mountains

The gradual west slope of the Warner Mountains

east of Alturas, California

Date photographed: October 18, 2012
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Emerson Creek canyon near Eagleville

Emerson Creek canyon near Eagleville

Emerson Creek canyon near Eagleville

Modoc National Forest, California

Date photographed: October 19, 2012
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Emerson Creek in the Warner Mountains above Surprise Valley

Emerson Creek in the Warner Mountains above Surprise Valley

Emerson Creek in the Warner Mountains above Surprise Valley

Modoc National Forest, California

Date photographed: October 19, 2012
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Clear Lake in the southern part of the Warner Mountains

Clear Lake in the southern part of the Warner Mountains

Clear Lake in the southern part of the Warner Mountains

, California

Date photographed: July 4, 2003
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