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Twisp River Trail Trailhead, WA

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Twisp River Trail Trailhead

This forested trailhead (also called Twisp River Sno-Park) is the first, beginning trailhead for the Twisp River Trail #440 (at the southeast end of the trail). Several other trailheads also give...[more]

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From Twisp, drive west on Twisp River Road (Okanogan County Road 9114), in about 10 miles turn left onto Buttermilk Creek Road (county road 1090) which crosses a bridge across Twisp River, follow the road to the right West Buttermilk Creek Road onto road that becomes Forest Service Road #4420 to Twisp River Sno-Park parking area to arrive at the east end trailhead. To find the second access point: Continue on Forest Service Road #4420 about 2 miles to junction with road #4430, turn right onto War Creek Bridge Road,  cross War Creek Bridge follow road to junction with Forest Service Road #44 (there is limited parking near War Creek Bridge) on the northside of forest service road #44 is the second trail access point. The other access points for this trail are found at the Slate Creek Trailhead #414, Scatter Creek Trailhead #427, South Creek Trailhead west of South Creek Campground, and Gilbert Trailhead just west of North Creek.

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