Mount Leona

Colville National Forest, Washington

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The trail begins next to a beautiful wooden sign depicting the route, compliments of the Ferry County chapter of the Back Country Horsemen. Rock-hop across Lambert Creek and reach a junction in 0.3 mile. You’ll be returning left, so continue right on the Old Stage Trail. Constructed in 1892, just three years after statehood, this old wagon road was an early attempt by legislators to construct a northern east–west route across the state. It was short lived, replaced in 1898 by a route over Sherman Pass that proved more favorable for hauling freight.

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"The trail begins next to a beautiful wooden sign depicting the route, compliments of the Ferry County chapter of the Back Country Horsemen. Rock-hop across Lambert Creek and reach a junction in 0.3 mile. You’ll be returning left, so continue right on the Old Stage Trail. Constructed in 1892, just three years after statehood, this old wagon road was an early attempt by legislators to construct a northern east–west route across the state. It was short lived, replaced in 1898 by a route over Sherman Pass that proved more favorable for hauling freight."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Colville National Forest
Distance: 6
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: June-October
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Curlew Lake State Park

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Jun 2018