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Wilderness: Trapper Creek, WA

US Forest Service

Wilderness: Trapper Creek

The 5,969 acre Trapper Creek Wilderness protects nearly all of the Trapper Creek drainage and provides critical anadromous fish habitat in the Wind River watershed.  Streams and waterfalls are plentiful...[more]




From Carson, WA follow the Wind River Road north for about 13.5 then miles take a left on Mineral Springs Road (Forest Road 3065).

To get to Trapper Creek Trailhead take the first right on Forest Road 5401.

Trailheads/Trails that access Trapper Creek Wilderness

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Bare Mountain, Termination Point. Download free U.S. Forest Service Topo maps.

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