The Enchantment Trail is an 18-mile, trail located within the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. A point-to-point trail, the Enchantments Trail is mostly used for hiking, rock climbing, camping, backpacking and walking. Being a seasonal trail, the Enchantments Trail is best used from July to October. Lilies, alpines, larches, and roses dominate a bigger section of the trail. Mountain goats and bears can also be spotted from time to time along the Enchantments Trail. From the highest sections of trail, hikers will be rewarded with awe-inspiring views of the Stuart Lake, Colchuck Lake, and the Dragon Tail Peak. Dogs are not allowed on the Enchantments Trail. Hikers should always carry water when visiting the trail. A Northwest Forest Pass is required to access the Enchantments trail. For those who intend to camp on the trail, they will have to obtain a backcountry camping permit prior to camping.
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