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STATISTICS:
  • High point: 6200 ft
  • Low point: 3100 ft
  • Total Elevation gain: 3100 ft
  • Total distance:5.9 Miles
  • Distance to trail junction:3.8 Miles
  • Horses Perimiited: YES
  • Bicycles Permitted: NO
  • Motorcycles Permitted: NO
  • Trail Difficultty:Most Difficult
  • Text Source:Cle Elum Range District Trail Guide
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Profile Explained
(profile to trail junction)


TRAILHEAD ACCESS: From I-90 Exit 86, go north on Highway 970,then north on Teanaway Road to the end of the country road at 29 Pines campground. Form there, head north on FS Road 9737, northeast on FS Road 9701, then north on 9703-112 to the trailhead alongside Standup Creek

PARKING AND FACILITIES: The is parking for 6+ vehicles, but no other facilities

TRAIL: For the first mile the trail follows an old loggin road that is now indistinct. It then begins to climb steeply with many switchbacks, over a divide at 6200 feet, and then drop to the Stafford Creek trail #1359. The trail is in fair condition with little erosion. There are a few minor creek crossings, and a spring is close to the trail near the top of the divide.

SETTING: Valley bottom, stream, old-growth tress, old logging, ridgetops, open hillsides, meadows, riparian zone, subapline zone

OPPORTUNITIES: Hiking, horseback riding, scenery, wildlife, wildflowers, camping.

OTHER TRAILS: Bean Creek #1391.1, Stafford Creek #1359
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