Bannon Mountain Trailhead, WA

US Forest Service

Bannon Mountain Trailhead

Trailhead provides parking for horse and Off- Road Vehicle trailers. The site also has a livestock corral, unloading ramp, 3 picnic tables/fire rings, and 1 toilet. The roads designated for Horse and ...[more]



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From Tonasket, travel State Route 20 east for 12 miles to the Aeneas Valley turnoff, County Road #9455. Follow the Aeaneas Valley Road #9455 2 miles to the Peony Creek Road (Forest Service Road #3010). Drive Forest Service Road #3010 2 miles to the Forest Service Road #3010-200. Turn onto Forest Service Road #3010-200 and drive approximately .5 mile to the Bannon Mountain Trailhead on the right.

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