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Snow Peak Cabin Professional Review and Guide
"The way starts by following an old logging road. The grade is gentle and the walking pleasurable, but the roadway is covered in tall grasses, so be tick aware early in the season. At 1.9 miles, come to the old trailhead (elev. 4880 ft). Turn left and follow cairns to begin climbing—steeply at times—up a ridge and through the 1988 White Mountain burn zone (hot and dry; carry lots of water). Clumps of willows and hardy evergreens that survived the fire dot the hillside, and wildflowers paint the open hillsides."
--Rich Landers, Day Hiking Eastern Washington (The Mountaineers Books).
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