Sullivan Mill Pond

Sullivan Lake, Washington

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From the parking area, head down to the right to begin the Mill Pond Flume Trail No. 520 interpretive walk. Signs detail the history of the area’s first major development, starting in 1910 with a major wilderness work camp that used steam-powered machinery to build and service a covered wood aqueduct so large its roof became a boardwalk to Metaline Falls.

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"From the parking area, head down to the right to begin the Mill Pond Flume Trail No. 520 interpretive walk. Signs detail the history of the area’s first major development, starting in 1910 with a major wilderness work camp that used steam-powered machinery to build and service a covered wood aqueduct so large its roof became a boardwalk to Metaline Falls."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Sullivan Lake
Distance: 2
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Season: May-November
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Crawford State Park

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Jun 2018