Sherman Peak

Copper Butte, Washington

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Immediately starting in the old burn zone, the trail wastes no time climbing. A few surviving big firs provide some shade among the many snags. The understory is grassy here (planted after the fire to prevent erosion), so watch for ticks early in the season. The open forest and plentiful forage favors deer. You should see plenty. Lots of flowers too— asters and lupine paint the hillsides purple.

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"Immediately starting in the old burn zone, the trail wastes no time climbing. A few surviving big firs provide some shade among the many snags. The understory is grassy here (planted after the fire to prevent erosion), so watch for ticks early in the season. The open forest and plentiful forage favors deer. You should see plenty. Lots of flowers too— asters and lupine paint the hillsides purple."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Copper Butte
Distance: 6
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: June-November
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Curlew Lake State Park

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Jun 2018