Cedar Crossing, WA Trails and Parks

Cedar Crossing has 4 trails in the vicinity, including 4 hiking trails. These trails range from 7 to 14 miles in length. The longest trail in Cedar Crossing is Crater Mountain Trail a well-known trail measuring 14 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Crater Mountain Trail and Easy Pass Trail. Trails.com member Patricia K. recently completed Easy Pass Trail.

More information on the best trails in Cedar Crossing can be found below.
  • Easy Pass Trail

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    Cedar Crossing, WA

    Savor spectacular views of glistening glaciers gracing massive Mount Logan. Peer straight down into a valley of jungle greenery embracing Fisher Creek, or up to rock, crag, and ice adorning Fisher ...
    •  7 miles
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    Savor spectacular views of glistening glaciers gracing massive Mount Logan. Peer straight down into a valley of jungle greenery ...

  • East Creek Trail

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    Cedar Crossing, WA

    Looking for a quiet retreat off of the busy North Cascades Highway? East Creek Trail should do the trick. You won’t find killer views, alpine lakes, or cathedral forests, but you probably won’t ...
    •  8 miles
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    Looking for a quiet retreat off of the busy North Cascades Highway? East Creek Trail should do the trick. You won’t find ...

  • Canyon Creek Trail

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    Cedar Crossing, WA

    Long before State Route 20 delivered throngs of tourists to the Methow Valley, the Chancellor Road provided passage to the Okanogan. Up the deep and forbidding Canyon Creek valley, prospectors ...
    •  7 miles
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    Long before State Route 20 delivered throngs of tourists to the Methow Valley, the Chancellor Road provided passage to the ...

  • Crater Mountain Trail

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    Cedar Crossing, WA

    Hike to one of the finest viewpoints in the entire North Cascades. Yes, the entire North Cascades. From an old lookout site 7000 feet into the troposphere, scan all four horizons. Waves of peaks, ...
    •  14 miles
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    Hike to one of the finest viewpoints in the entire North Cascades. Yes, the entire North Cascades. From an old lookout site ...