Located within the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, the Little Annapurna Trail is a 23.1-mile, out-and-back trail that is rated difficult. Because of its strenuous terrain, the Little Annapurna Trail is the perfect destination for the most experienced hikers. Featuring a lake, the Little Annapurna Trail is mostly used for running, hiking, rock climbing and backpacking. A seasonal trail, it is best used from July to October. Plants found along the little Annapurna Trail include valerians and lupines. Goat mountains and bears are quite popular on the trail. From the highest sections of the trail, hikers will be rewarded with panoramic views of Mount Rainier, Mount Shuksan and the Glacier Peak. Dogs are not allowed on the Little Annapurna Trail. Hikers should remember to carry plenty of drinking water.
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