Summit Lake Trailhead, WA

US Forest Service

Summit Lake Trailhead

Provides access to :  Summit Lake Trail 1177  which accesses  Carbon and Bearhead Trails 1179 / 1179.1 , Clearwater Trail 1178 . All of these trails are within  Clearwater Wilderness...[more]



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From Enumclaw, drive west on State Highway 410 for 5.0 miles to the junction with State Highway 165 just west of Buckley. Continue for 10.5 miles to the junction of Carbon River Highway and Mowich Lake Highway. Turn left onto the Carbon River Highway and follow it 7.7 miles to Cayada Creek Road (Forest Service road 7810). Cross the bridge over the river and continue 6.7 miles to end of road. The trailhead is at end of Forest Service road 7810; difficult to turnaround.

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