Devils Dome and Jackita Ridge

Ross Lake, Washington

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Challenging but highly scenic, this is a classic ridgeline hike around 9066-foot Jack Mountain and 8128- foot Crater Mountain. Journey across windswept alpine tundra, wildlife-rich parkland meadows, and steep slopes bursting with dazzling wildfl owers, taking in sweeping views spanning the North Cascades range, from its snowy western front to its sunkissed eastern edge.

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"Challenging but highly scenic, this is a classic ridgeline hike around 9066-foot Jack Mountain and 8128- foot Crater Mountain. Journey across windswept alpine tundra, wildlife-rich parkland meadows, and steep slopes bursting with dazzling wildfl owers, taking in sweeping views spanning the North Cascades range, from its snowy western front to its sunkissed eastern edge."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Ross Lake
Distance: 28.1
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: late Jul–Oct
Local Maps: Green Trails Ross Lake No. 16
Driving Directions: Directions to Devils Dome and Jackita Ridge

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May 2018