Pine Lakes–Stubblefield Lake Loops

Cheney, Washington 99004

Pine Lakes–Stubblefield Lake Loops

Pine Lakes–Stubblefield Lake Loops Professional Review and Guide

"The Pine Lakes–Stubblefield Lake Loops provide a good overall cross section of the types of terrain and species of wildlife that can be found on the Turnbull Refuge. In the upland areas watch for coyotes, deer, and elk. On the lakes a wide variety waterfowl may be spotted. Moose are possible in all areas but most likely along the shorelines of the lakes.

Much of this route is without shade and may be very hot during the summer. If you happen to see a moose on this hike or any other hike, give it plenty of space, at least 100 yards. Even that may not be enough in some cases. Moose are unpredictable and potentially very dangerous."

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Trail Information

Cheney
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
6.3 miles
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
About 3 hours
Duration
Year-round, weather permitting
Season
Birding
Additional Use
Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge, 26010 S. Smith Rd., Cheney, WA 99004; (509) 235-4723; www.fws.gov/turnbull
Local Contacts
The Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge brochure has a map that is adequate for the hikes in the Turnbull Refuge, or just use the one in this book. OnXmaps are good topos of the area. The National Geographic map on CD-ROM covers the area and shows the Stubblefield Lake Loop portion of this hike (as a roadbed) but doesn’t show the Pine Lakes Loop.
Local Maps