Pyramid Mountain

Pyramid Mountain, Washington

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Saunter (okay, grunt) to the top of an 8000-plusfoot peak that stands watch over the dramatic inland fjord of Lake Chelan and the lonely high country of the North Fork Entiat River basin. Flanked by the craggy, skypiercing Chelan Mountains, and graced with miles of unbroken forest, inviting meadows, and soothing creeks, the North Fork Entiat country is de facto wilderness—and devoid of crowds.

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"Saunter (okay, grunt) to the top of an 8000-plusfoot peak that stands watch over the dramatic inland fjord of Lake Chelan and the lonely high country of the North Fork Entiat River basin. Flanked by the craggy, skypiercing Chelan Mountains, and graced with miles of unbroken forest, inviting meadows, and soothing creeks, the North Fork Entiat country is de facto wilderness—and devoid of crowds."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Pyramid Mountain
Distance: 19
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Jul–Oct
Local Maps: Green Trails Lucerne No. 114
Driving Directions: Directions to Pyramid Mountain

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May 2018