Fir Mountain

Republic, Washington 99166

Fir Mountain

Fir Mountain Professional Guide

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"The trail starts in a forest of big firs and larches, slowly descending to a narrow valley cut by Granite Creek (elev. 3725 ft). At 0.5 mile, cross the creek on a fairly new and rather sturdy boardwalk (thanks volunteers!); then begin a steep climb."

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Best Hikes with Dogs: Inland Northwest (The Mountaineers Books)
Craig Romano & Alan L. Bauer
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"For those who venture to this forgotten corner of the Okanogan Highlands, solitude is guaranteed. So are fantastic views from an open summit of basalt. Big game is abundant in the forests and meadows, and a quiet hiker and dog should witness deer, bear, or elk. The only drawback: Fir Mountain tends to be a dry place come midsummer. Pack plenty of fluids. Your poochie may be disappointed—the fir is Doug fir, not dog fur. However, many are quite old, even if measured in dog years!" Read more

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Trail Information

Republic
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
5.2
Distance
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
June-November
Season
Curlew Lake State Park
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Dec 2018