Crowell Ridge–Gypsy Peak Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Roam along one of the loneliest high-ridge trails in Washington, across alpine meadows and subalpine forest, savoring views of the rugged Selkirk Mountains and deep Pend Oreille Valley. Or head off trail over steep, grassy knolls and talus slopes to the highest summit in Eastern Washington, admiring a rugged scene of stark cliffs and sparkling tarns in hidden basins.
Both hikes start from the same point just outside the Salmo-Priest Wilderness, a wedge of wildlands in the extreme northeastern corner of the state that protects more than 41,000 acres of some of the most ecologically important alpine country east of the Cascades."