Harts Pass to Rainy Pass

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Overview

Trail Features

Dogs
Not Allowed
Fees
None
Kids
Not Allowed
Route
Out and Back
Users
Multi-use
Length
30.6 miles
Parking
Yes
Surface
Dirt and Rock
Bathrooms
Yes
Elevation
3,800 feet
Difficulty
Intermediate
Trail hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Parking hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Water fountains
None
Vending machines
None

The Hart Pass to Rainy Pass Trail is a 30.6-mile, moderately trafficked out-and-back trail that’s part of the larger Pacific Crest Trail. Featuring the meandering Methow River, expansive ridge-top views, calm Snowy Lakes, Mount Ballard, Azurite Peak, crisp meadows, and the colossal Cutthroat peak, the Harts Pass to Rainy Pass Trail is the perfect destination for any nature lover. Plenty of wildlife, such as bears, can be found on this trail. To access the trail, hikers must provide a Northwest Forest Pass at the trailhead. Since the campgrounds are USFS operated, anyone planning to camp overnight must obtain a wilderness permit. Leashed dogs are allowed on the trail.

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