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Adapted from Summitpost.org:
Reynolds Peak is a high, horned mountain in the Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness located six miles northeast of the northern end of Lake Chelan. With over 2,000 feet of prominence and a measure of solitude in relation to peaks at least as high as it is, the mountain is an important landmark in the area. There is no higher peak within an eight-mile radius.
Nearest Town: Lake Chelan/Entiat
Drive to the small town of Twisp in the Methow Valley. In town, go west on the Twisp River Road for 18.8 miles to Mystery Campground. At the campground, go across the river on FR-3423. Take FR-3423 west about 1.25 miles to a junction on the left. Go left and drive a little further to the trailhead (c. 3,100 ft). The trail follows Reynolds Creek on its north.
Leave It Better than You Found It. This should be every user’s goal. Pick up trash left by others, pull noxious weeds along your route, throw branches over unwanted spur trails, etc.
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