Bear Creek Mountain

White Pass, Washington 98937

Bear Creek Mountain

Bear Creek Mountain Professional Review and Guide

"What do you think you’d find on a trail bearing this name? Bears? Possibly, as the bruins prowl all these forests, and the long huckleberry fields are a big draw for black bears. Creeks? A few small ones. Mountain? Yes, a steep-sided mountain. The route climbs from the Tieton Valley through a long, unbroken forest.

Indeed, after the first mile, you’ll climb relentlessly, much of the way in dense forests. Be sure to carry plenty of water for you and your dog, as the trail is mostly dry once you start the long ascent. Fortunately, the forest canopy will provide cool shade, but it also blocks your views until you near the top. The payoff for this thighburning, lung-tearing workout? Incredible views from atop one of the highest peaks on the easternmost flank of the Goat Rocks."

Bear Creek Mountain Reviews

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9/5/2007
This is an awesome loop which you can do in a day or spend multiple days checking out other spots such as the PCT. There are numerous camping spots everywhere..Lots of people backpacking...
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Trail Information

White Pass
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
15
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
9 hours
Duration
July through October
Season
Snoqualmie National Forest
Local Contacts
Green Trails White Pass No. 303
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018