Trapper Creek and Observation Peak

Bare Mountain, Washington 98639

Trapper Creek and Observation Peak

Trapper Creek and Observation Peak Professional Review and Guide

"A small but significantly important wilderness in the extreme southern reaches of Washington’s Cascades, the 6050-acre Trapper Creek Wilderness protects an intact watershed and some of the region’s largest and oldest trees. Surrounded by a sea of clear-cuts and managed forest, this wilderness area is biologically rich and home to endangered spotted owls. And despite the dense forest, Observation Peak, a former fi re lookout, offers stunning views. Trapper Creek itself is a cascading delight, and seekers of solitude will delight in setting up camp along its banks."

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Trail Information

Bare Mountain
Nearby City
13.8
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
Jun–Nov
Season
Green Trails Lookout Mtn No. 396
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Nov 2018