North Huckleberry Mountains
Bureau of Land Management, Washington.
The North Huckleberry Mountains are checkerboard BLM timber lands popular especially for wildlife viewing, dispersed camping, hunting, and driving for pleasure. Some visitors explore as a side trip when visiting nearby Waitts Lake or Chewelah. Public access is via low traffic primitive roads.
Know Before You Go:
- There are no facilities or services available
- If accessing BLM lands from Valley, WA, use caution when driving around Waitts Lake, due to activities including walking, jogging and bicycle riding along this residential and resort area route.
- Be aware of the possibility of logging truck traffic. Potential exists for windfall trees to obstruct road travel in places.
- When recreating on public lands, practice Leave-No-Trace Principles.
- Auto Touring
- Wildlife Viewing
From Valley, WA: Travel west on Waitts Lake Road, turning into Klines Meadow Road a total of 8.75 miles to BLM public land boundary (2/3 mile past Carr’s Corner).