Crater Creek Trailhead, WA

US Forest Service

Crater Creek Trailhead

Crater Creek Trailhead is popular for hikers, horseback riders, motorcycle and mountain bike trail users. These trail are not open to 4 wheelers as these trails are too narrow.  This forested trailhead...[more]



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From Twisp take State Route 20 south for 2 miles, to junction with State Route 153. Take State Route 153 south for 12 miles to Okanogan County Road 1029 (Gold Creek Loop) and follow a short distance to County Road 1034 (Gold Creek Road). Take County Road 1034, which becomes Forest Service Road 4340, about 6 miles to Forest Service Road 4340-300 (Crater Creek Road). Take Forest Service Road 4340-300 for 4.6 miles to the Crater Creek Trailhead.

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