Navaho Pass Trail

Roslyn, Washington 98941

Navaho Pass Trail

Navaho Pass Trail Professional Review and Guide

"On this hike, along with a textbook procession of conifer communities from start (low) to finish (high), there are two special rewards for flower watchers: The first, at 4 miles (and a 1900-foot elevation gain), is a large, lush meadow fed by springs, with a range of flowers at its lower end and elephant's head louseworts to paintbrushes and lupines at its upper end.

The second treat is the view of the Stuart Range from Navaho Pass, at 51.2 miles. While the main rewards are still miles away, other treats entice as the trail ascends moderately along Stafford Creek in airy old ponderosa pine, standing tall and aloof above a sparse forest floor with occasional patches of tiger lilies, columbine, pipsissewa, twinflower, and pine grass."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
4,940 feet
Elevation Gain
Several options
Trail Type
Skill Level
Hikable: Mid-June to November, Best flowers: Late June to mid-July
Cle Elum Ranger Station
Local Contacts
Green Trails No. 209 Mount Stuart
Local Maps