Category:Wilderness Areas of New York (state)

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Most of New York's legally recognized wilderness areas are managed by the state, part of its constitutionally-declared Forest Preserve in the Adirondack and Catskill parks. There is only one wilderness area on federal land protected by the U.S. National Wilderness Act of 1964.


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Pages in category "Wilderness Areas of New York (state)"

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