Best Trails Near Trinity WA

Trinity has 3 trails in the vicinity, including 3 for climbing. These trails range from 16 to 22 miles in length. The longest trail in Trinity is Mount Fernow: Southwest Slope a well-known trail measuring 22 miles in total length.

The most popular trail is Mount Maude: South Shoulder. Trails.com member Kevin C. recently completed Mount Maude: South Shoulder.

More information on the best trails in Trinity can be found below.
  • Mount Fernow: Southwest Slope

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    Trinity, WA

    Mount Fernow is the highest summit of the Entiat Mountains, a subrange of 9,000-foot peaks dividing the Entiat River and Leroy Creek about midway between Glacier Peak and Lake Chelan. Like other ...
    •  10 - 12 hours; best done as 2 or 3 day climb
    •  22 miles
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    Mount Fernow is the highest summit of the Entiat Mountains, a subrange of 9,000-foot peaks dividing the Entiat River and ...

  • Seven Fingered Jack: Southwest Slope

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    Trinity, WA

    Seven Fingered Jack is the third highest summit of the Entiat Mountains. It is a craggy peak with seven prominent rock points along its spine. Richard Alt and partner are credited with the first ...
    •  6 - 8 hours to summit; best done as 2 or 3 day climb
    •  16 miles
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    Seven Fingered Jack is the third highest summit of the Entiat Mountains. It is a craggy peak with seven prominent rock points ...

  • Mount Maude: South Shoulder

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    Trinity, WA

    Mount Maude is the second highest and most popular summit of the Entiat Mountains, a subrange of mountains dividing the upper tributaries of the Entiat River that is about midway between Glacier ...
    •  8 - 10 hours; best done as 2 or 3 day climb
    •  16 miles
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    Mount Maude is the second highest and most popular summit of the Entiat Mountains, a subrange of mountains dividing the upper ...