Located deep within the Okanogan Highlands in Eastern Washington, the Kettle Crest Trail is a 44-mile loop trail. A multi-use trail, the Kettle Crest Trail is mostly used for hiking, nature walks and running. Accessible throughout the year, the Kettle Crest Trail features some of the highest peaks in Eastern Washington and is home to a variety of wildflowers, plants and trees including the sagebrush, lupines, yarrow, paintbrush, hawkweed, and asters. At the highest sections of the Kettle Crest Trail, hikers will get to enjoy scenic views of the Rocky Mountains, the British Colombian peaks, Idaho’s Selkirks as well as the expansive Okanogan highlands. While dogs are allowed on the Kettle Crest Trail they should always be on a leash. Hikers may obtain drinking water from tapped springs, however, they should remember to treat the water first before drinking.
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