Little Snowy Top Mountain Professional Review and Guide
"A wedge of wild land in the extreme northeastern corner of the state, the Salmo- Priest Wilderness protects over 41,000 acres of some of the prettiest and ecologically important alpine country east of the Cascades. Keep your dog close by. Within this wilderness, the only one in the Colville National Forest, are some of the last roaming grounds in the Evergreen State for grizzly bear, mountain caribou, wolf, and wolverine. You’d be extremely fortunate to catch a glimpse of one these rare and elusive megafauna. What you will see along this spectacular loop are miles of wildfl owersaturated meadows, vistas of the rugged Selkirks and sprawling Priest Lake, and one of the most impressive old-growth cedar forests this side of the Cascades. And you’ll get to visit a remote fi re lookout in Idaho!"