Thunder Creek and Mountain Shedroof Divide

Metaline Falls, Washington

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Starting on a decommissioned logging road, head west through old growth and cross a small creek. Soon begin traversing an old clear-cut on a well-graded route through rapidly regenerating forest. When not hiking through an alder tunnel, you can catch some sunlight along the way and views of Prouty and Gypsy Peaks across the valley. Cottonwoods and larches make this Salmo-Priest portal a golden entryway come October.

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"Starting on a decommissioned logging road, head west through old growth and cross a small creek. Soon begin traversing an old clear-cut on a well-graded route through rapidly regenerating forest. When not hiking through an alder tunnel, you can catch some sunlight along the way and views of Prouty and Gypsy Peaks across the valley. Cottonwoods and larches make this Salmo-Priest portal a golden entryway come October."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Metaline Falls
Distance: 14.4
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: July-October
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Crawford State Park

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Jun 2018