Cascade Pass–Sahale Arm

Marblemount, Washington 98267

Cascade Pass–Sahale Arm

Cascade Pass–Sahale Arm Professional Review and Guide

"One of the most scenic, accessible, and—not surprisingly—popular high-country romps in the North Cascades takes you from the base of a formidable wall of jagged, icy summits to a high pass dividing the Cascade and Stehekin river watersheds.

Once used by Native Americans, explorers, prospectors, and surveyors to reach Lake Chelan, this well-traveled, relatively low pass was once considered by railroad and highway engineers. The railroad never came, and the highway went north: now this area is protected as wilderness within North Cascades National Park."

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Trail Information

Marblemount
Nearby City
12 miles
Distance
4,000 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
Best July through October
Season
Camping
Additional Use
Views
Features
North Cascades NP, Newhalem Visitor Center (summer) or Sedro-Woolley Visitor Center (winter)
Local Contacts
Green Trails, Cascade Pass WA No. 80
Local Maps

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Jul 2018