Hall Mountain

Metaline Falls, Washington

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Hall Mountain looms unobtrusively over the clear waters of Sullivan Lake. Gain most of the elevation for this hike in a vehicle, and contour across a mountain that’s home for a band of bighorn sheep, plus deer, elk, and the occasional cougars and bears that prowl around to feast on them.
100 Hikes in the Inland Northwest

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100 Hikes in the Inland Northwest

by Rich Landers & Spokane Mountaineers (The Mountaineers Books)

Hall Mountain looms unobtrusively over the clear waters of Sullivan Lake. Gain most of the elevation for this hike in a vehicle, and contour across a mountain that’s home for a band of bighorn sheep, plus deer, elk, and the occasional cougars and bears that prowl around to feast on them.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Metaline Falls
Distance: 5
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 3 hours
Season: July through October
Trailhead Elevation: 5,320 feet
Top Elevation: 6,323 feet
Local Contacts: Colville National Forest, Sullivan Lake District
Local Maps: USGS Metaline Falls, Pass Creek
Driving Directions: Directions to Hall Mountain

Recent Trail Reviews

7/18/2009
1

I had no idea what I was getting into on this one, but this was the mountain that changed my life. The first four miles are hard, just kept going up. After another mile, I turned around, went home and swore I would never do it again. This was my first real hike, but I want to try it again. The trail is well marked, easy to find, and just go up. Be sure you have the right gear - don't underestimate this.


8/30/2008
2

I backpacked from Noisy Creek Campground to Hall Mtn summit. Strenuous 14 mile roundtrip hike but doable for a weekend with large pack. After you get to around the 4 mile mark after you leave the creek behind there are two nice grassy areas with good spot for tent. Before that point there is not a suitable place to pitch a tent and it is mostly deep into valley by a stream, very wet, not where I wanted to stop. I hiked to the summit after spending the night at about the 4 mile mark. the next morning from here then back to camp and all the way down. Views are grat the last 2 miles, all meadow, saw no sheep or other wildlife. Very cool night, 30's , lots of dew. tons of stars , saw no one except for at beginning of trail going out and back. 40000 foot elevation gain is rough going up, but no problems on trail.



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