White Pass Day Use/Boat Launch/Trailhead, WA

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White Pass Day Use/Boat Launch/Trailhead

White Pass Lake (Leech Lake) is a popular fly fishing lake as well as a traihead for access to the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail that accesses William O. Douglas Wilderness.



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From Packwood WA head east on US-12 for about 21 miles to White Pass Lake (Leech Lake). Take Forest Road 498 and follow road around end of lake to trailhead and boat launch.

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