Mud Creek - Johnson Creek

Ardenvoir, Washington

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Forest road 5300 passes through two rocky canyons, with the one along Johnson Creek Road being particularly beautiful. The northeastern end of Johnson Creek Road is a high and narrow canyonside road with a long drop-off. Mud Creek Road passes through an area that burned in the summer of 2001, which, while perhaps not a highlight in the usual sense, is an interesting sight nonetheless. On roads that range from low-clearance gravel to high-clearance dirt. A narrow shelf segment of Johnson Creek Road has numerous blind curves and a long drop-off.
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by Tony Huegel (Wilderness Press)

Forest road 5300 passes through two rocky canyons, with the one along Johnson Creek Road being particularly beautiful. The northeastern end of Johnson Creek Road is a high and narrow canyonside road with a long drop-off.

Mud Creek Road passes through an area that burned in the summer of 2001, which, while perhaps not a highlight in the usual sense, is an interesting sight nonetheless. On roads that range from low-clearance gravel to high-clearance dirt. A narrow shelf segment of Johnson Creek Road has numerous blind curves and a long drop-off.

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Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Ardenvoir
Distance: 11
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 45 minutes
Local Contacts: Wenatchee National Forest, Entiat District
Local Maps: Washington Road & Recreation Atlas; Wenatchee National Forest, North Half
Driving Directions: Directions to Mud Creek - Johnson Creek

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