About this Area of Pando
The Cabins Section of the Pando Photographic Survey documents approximately 16 acres of Pando’s 106-acre land mass. The name for the section, comes from the predominance of cabins built on the northwestern edge of the tree. While it may be hard to believe, Pando hid in plain sight until 1976 and the nearby roads, cabins and facilities were most constructed in the time before Pando’s verification in 2008. The Cabins Section offers a broad range of natural dynamics at play in Pando’s larger land mass; from steep upper side down to Utah Highway 25, also known as the Fishlake Scenic Byway. The lower elevation edges features a trecherous field of ancient exposed basaltic flows dotted with dense arrays of new and old growth. The outer boundaries feature larger voids dotted with older trees and new growth as you move up in elevation.
- Area: 16.16 Acres (6.539 Hectares)
- Number of Routes: 29
- Locations: 1,335
- Locations Published to Date: 671
- Acres Published to Date: 8.12