Beginning on an old abandoned logging road, this trail crosses numerous creeks and springs, passing through patches of old-growth timber. This is the first time WTA has worked here. This spring we'll be building a new turnpike in a badly-washed-out section of trail. Come leave your mark on this new project!
Beginning on an old abandoned logging road, this trail crosses numerous creeks and springs, passing through patches of old-growth timber. Some of the most spectacular views of Three Fingers, Mt. Bullon and seldom-seen cliffs of Whitehorse can be seen from the trail as it climbs steadily upward. From the pass the views to be found to the east are spectacular. To see to the south, you must climb on up to the ridge. There are numerous tarns in the pass, nestled here and there among the huckleberry bushes and heather. Mountain goats are known to frequent the area.
GPS coordinates are only approximate, please always use the written driving directions when trying to find a trail head