Dugger Mountain Wilderness
|Dugger Mountain Wilderness|
|Location||Cleburne and Calhoun counties, Alabama, USA|
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|Area||9,200 acres (37 km2)|
|Established||April 1, 2000|
|Governing body||U.S. Forest Service|
Dugger Mountain Wilderness is Alabama's third and newest wilderness area. Dedicated April 2000,  Dugger Mountain Wilderness covers 9,200 acres (3,700 ha) of Talladega National Forest in Calhoun County and Cleburne County in Alabama.
The wilderness encompasses some of the most rugged and mountainous terrain in Alabama, as well as numerous endangered and threatened plant communities. It is one of the last intact roadless areas in Alabama's National Forests.  Most of the mountain's 16,000 acres (6,500 ha) were too steep to profitably timber harvest.
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