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STATISTICS:
  • High point: 5600 ft
  • Low point: 6300 ft
  • Total Elevation gain: 700 ft
  • From Ingalls Lake Trail:1 mile
  • Total distance from car:2.4
  • Horses Perimiited: NO
  • Bicycles Permitted: NO
  • Motorcycles Permitted: NO
  • Trail Difficultty:Easier
  • Text Source:Cle Elum Range District Trail Guide
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TRAILHEAD ACCESS: This trail has not tralhead. It is accessed from Ingalls Lake Trail#1390, which has a tralhead at the end of the North Fork Teanaway Road #9737

PARKIING AND FACILITIES: N/A

TRAIL: From it junction with #1390 in a rocky meadow, the trail switchbacks up a steep, bare, oracky mountainside, sometimes following an old mining "road" built in the 1930's. After a long mile, the trail reaches the top of the ridge where there are good views of Mount Start and the surrounding mountains. This trail is primarily a route for climbers on their way to Mount Start and it continues over the ridge (into the Leavenworth District), down into a basin and goes on down to Ingalls Creek at the base of Stuart. Limited-use permits are requiered for Upper Ingalls Creek.

SETTING: Meadow, ridgetop

OPPORTUNITIES: Hiking, scenery,photography, mountain climibing, camping

OTHER TRAILS: Ingalls Lake #1390, Ingalls Creek #1215
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Gregg Petrie 2000