Barnaby Buttes

Ferry County, Washington 99147

Barnaby Buttes

Barnaby Buttes Professional Guide

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"Easy access, being a loop, and having plenty of views make this hike one of the more popular in the Kettles. From the trailhead, head left (south) on the Kettle Crest Trail, quickly coming to a junction with the Sherman Pass Trail (which travels 4 miles to the Jungle Hill Trail) and the Sherman Pass Tie Trail (which heads 0.7 mile to the Sherman Overlook Campground). For Sherman Peak, continue right, dropping steeply into a cool, wet, tight ravine (elev. 5360 ft). Climb out of it and come to SR 20 at 0.4 mile. The trail resumes on the other side of the highway; be careful crossing the road."

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Best Hikes with Dogs: Inland Northwest (The Mountaineers Books)
Craig Romano & Alan L. Bauer
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"This is a straightforward hike to one of the loneliest summits on the Kettle Crest. It also offers one of the easiest approaches to the lofty Kettle high country. The Barnaby Buttes Trail utilizes an old fire tower service road, which is now a wide, gentle trail. The trail begins by a tumbling little creek (4500 ft.) and traverses a lush forest of pine and larch. Ample shade along the way will keep you and your pooch from overheating. Your buddy will probably pick up the scents of resident bruins: bear scat, tracks, and scratches are abundant along this trail. Keep your intrepid pup close." Read more

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Trail Information

Ferry County
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
7.4
Distance
Moderate
Skill Level
June-November
Season
Curlew Lake State Park
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Dec 2018