Agnes Gorge Trail is a hiking trail in Chelan County, Washington. It is within North Cascades National Park, Glacier Peak Wilderness Area, and Lake Chelan National Recreation Area. It is 2.4 miles long and begins at 1,706 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,341 feet. The trail ends near the High Bridge Campground camp site. There are also a shelter and restrooms near the end of the trail.
Agnes Gorge Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"This trail makes an excellent short day hike from High Bridge, visiting waterfalls and a narrow gorge on Agnes Creek. The trail begins in the woodlands, providing superb examples of the influence of microclimates on forest communities: The dry, sunny hillsides at the mouth of the Agnes Creek valley are home to drought- and fire-tolerant species such as Douglas fir, ponderosa pine, manzanita, and kinnikinnick. As the trail progresses into moist pockets of shade, red cedar, grand fir, and mountain ash become the dominant trees."
--Erik Molvar, Best Easy Day Hikes: North Cascades (Falcon Guides).
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