Thanks. I will be adding more photos, over time. I also encourage others to do the same, for peaks within Wild Sky Wilderness.
Do you have or can you acquire and upload a map (even a rough one) of the boundaries that define this wilderness?
Yes. In my opinion, the best map is included on Senator Murray's website dedicated to the wilderness area (see link at bottom of the SP page). I have it downloaded (.PDF file) onto my home computer, but because of its format I was not able to include it on the SP page for Wild Sky Wilderness. Plus, I did not know if I was allowed to copy the map here, by the map creators.
Other websites have general maps, as well, but with less detail.
I have no idea how accurate this map is. It would be nice to read the legal (text) description for the boundary so I could piece it together on a Topo map. For now, http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5181226.pdf will have to do. You can zoom in to scrutinize specific parts of the boundary.
That link does not seem to work. :-(
I had downloaded the original map that Senator Murray had posted, although I think it may have been removed from her website since then. I really wish the file were not so huge, or else I would post it, and I do not have my own website to upload it to. The boundaries on her map were fairly accurate.
My bad. I fixed the link (inadvertent " at the end of the URL).
It would be nice to hear more about the events leading up to the formation of this wilderness area. I know Ira Spring had a lot to do with the creation.
I like what you've done with the page. With the new information, links, and sub-category locations it has become a well rounded page.