Grassy Top Mountain Trail

Metaline Falls, Washington 99153

Grassy Top Mountain Trail

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"A peak named Grassy Top? What graminivorous (I did not make this word up!) canine can resist hiking to this herbaceous heaven? With only 1000 feet of mellow climbing, I can’t imagine too many can. The trail to Grassy Top is one of the easiest ridge hikes in this book, suitable for young pups, old hounds, and every age in between.

However, there’s no water along the way, so be sure that you’re both well-equipped. The trip to Grassy Top is straightforward. Starting with a short drop from the road, the trail enters an old-growth forest of spruce and fir. It soon crosses the headwaters of Pass Creek. Other than lingering snow, this will be your only water along the way."

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Day Hiking Eastern Washington (The Mountaineers Books)
Rich Landers
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"Grassy Top Trail No. 503 drops from the road and soon begins gaining a ridge in four long, gentle switchbacks above the Pass Creek drainage. Once on the ridge, cruise a fine trail that weaves to the east and west sides of knobby peaks." Read more
Hiking Washington (Falcon Guides)
Oliver Lazenby
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"This 7.6-mile hike quickly climbs a tall ridge and then traverses across its top to a broad high point. From Grassy Top, the view into Idaho is supreme—ridge after ridge rolls into the distance. Grizzly bears, moose, elk, gray wolves, and woodland caribou dwell in this wild corner of the state." Read more

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Trail Information

Metaline Falls
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
8
Distance
1,000 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
4 hours
Duration
Best late June through October
Season
5,400 feet
Trailhead Elevation
6,375 feet
Top Elevation
Mountain Biking
Additional Use
Colville National Forest, Sullivan Lake Ranger District
Local Contacts
USGS Pass Creek
Local Maps