Little Grass Mountain

Molybdenite Mountain, Washington

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Trail No. 266 heads steeply up into the trees and some switchbacks before continuing up in a long traverse. After 2 miles, it eases onto a bench with a creek, where water spreads to nourish fern meadows and a long grove of ancient cedars that extends up and across the Washington–Idaho state line at 2.5 miles. Huckleberries that don’t ripen until late in the season begin showing up among the beargrass. Usually there’s no shortage of evidence that elk are in the area.
Day Hiking Eastern Washington

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Day Hiking Eastern Washington

by Rich Landers (The Mountaineers Books)

Trail No. 266 heads steeply up into the trees and some switchbacks before continuing up in a long traverse. After 2 miles, it eases onto a bench with a creek, where water spreads to nourish fern meadows and a long grove of ancient cedars that extends up and across the Washington–Idaho state line at 2.5 miles. Huckleberries that don’t ripen until late in the season begin showing up among the beargrass. Usually there’s no shortage of evidence that elk are in the area.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Molybdenite Mountain
Distance: 10.5
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: July-October
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Topo Map: Little Grass Mountain Topographic Map
Guide Book: Day Hiking Eastern Washington Guide Book
Driving Directions: View Directions
Trail Directions: View Guide

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