Road 4096 Chocwich Creek Falls

Granite Falls, Washington 98252

Road 4096 Chocwich Creek Falls

Road 4096: Chocwich Creek Falls Professional Review and Guide

"This is a nice, easy trail for hiking or biking to a lovely waterfall.

Bike or hike 1.1 miles up the Goat Lake Trail to a trail junction. Right (straight ahead) is the hiker-only trail to Goat Lake. For Chocwich Creek Falls, bikers and hikers angle to the left as the trail narrows. This is the former FR 4096. Take this trail another mile north to Chocwich Creek and an impressive waterfall.

To go farther, large rocks provide an easy ford of Chocwich Creek. Travel another 1.4 miles through forest to Bedal Creek. There is one clearing giving a mountain and valley view to the north, toward Darrington."

Road 4096: Chocwich Creek Falls Reviews

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Trail was not difficult, but was *VERY* overgrown in sections - I was wishing I had brought my machete. Had to make do with a stout stick to hack a passage through the devil's clubs in several places. The falls are quite picturesque, and there was some satisfaction in knowing that we were probably the first people to visit them in quite a long time, but be prepared to do some serious bushwhacking if you go there.

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Trail Information

Granite Falls
Nearby City
900 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
Best spring to fall
1,880 feet
Trailhead Elevation
2,700 feet
Top Elevation
Darrington Ranger District, Mount Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest
Local Contacts
Green Trails #111 Sloane Peak; Darrington Ranger District
Local Maps

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Jul 2018