Nelson Guda has developed and deployed an incredible new resource for the location, description, and maps of the roadless areas.
His website http://roadlessland.org allows users to look at photos and comments about individual roadless areas and to upload their own comments and photos.
Because this was just announced, so far there are not a lot of comments and photos, but with some help this could become invaluable for locating places to explore with your own effort and to protect from the depredations of the industrial machine that is overrunning the planet.
I think it will be a lot of fun showing folks the photos you have taken and making comments about the places.
I’ve written a number of hiking guides. My tendency on comments was always political . . . .” Hike up the SW side of the ridge. Watch out for rocks that just small enough you can’t step on top of them, but too big not to notice each step. When you get on top, look to the west. The haze is from natural gas drilling and production at emission level’s far beyond that which is legal.