DNR Road Williamson Creek

Monroe, Washington 98272

DNR Road Williamson Creek

DNR Road: Williamson Creek Professional Review and Guide

"Originally, the Williamson Creek mining road crossed the Sultan River on a concrete bridge and followed the creek for 4.5 miles, to the backside of Big Four Mountain and Marble Pass. When Spada Reservoir flooded the bridge, a cliff-hanger road was built on the north side of the reservoir, with grand views looking down on the lake (reservoir) surrounded by high hills.

After 7 tortuous miles, the road descended to Williamson Creek and views of glaciers and peaks. Unfortunately, when the road was decommissioned, numerous culverts were removed, leaving huge holes in the road that must be climbed into and then out of again."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
500 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
Best spring to fall
2,000 feet
Trailhead Elevation
2,215 feet
Top Elevation
Skykomish Ranger District, Department of Natural Resources
Local Contacts
Green Trails #142 index, #110 Silverton; Skykomish Ranger District
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018