A nice, short (3-mile round trip) hike for kids. Interpretive signs give information about the history of the area as well as local flora and fauna. From the high point of the trail, you can see the summits of Mt. Adams, and Mt. Rainier.
Activity: Hiking, Family Fun
Nearest Town: Blewett Pass
Skill Level: 1
Fitness Level: 1
Distance: 3 miles round trip
Elevation: Very little gain
Access: Drive Highway 97 to the summit of Blewett Pass. Drive 1/2 mile from highway and you will find the trailhead and a gravel parking area.
Trip Instructions: The trail starts just off the parking area. Continue as long as time and energy allow.
Uses Allowed: Hiking
Uses Not Allowed: Motorized vehicles, mountain bikes, horseback riding
Additional Information: Information for this trip report is compiled from the report published in the Wenatchee World June 19, 2008. To read the full article, click here.
Leave It Better Than You Found It. This should be every outdoor user’s goal. Pick up trash left by others, pull some noxious weeds along your route, throw branches over unwanted spur trails, don’t ride or walk wet trails when you’re leaving ruts/footprints deeper than ¼ inch…
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