Located in Eastern Washington near Blue and Parlous Mountains, the Wenatchee Guard Station Trail is a 5.8-mile, loop trail. Accessible throughout the year, the Wenatchee Guard Station Trail is mostly used for hiking and nature trips. At the highest sections of the trail, hikers will get to enjoy breathtaking views of the Snake River drainage, the Blue Mountains, the Wallowas in Oregon, and the Seven Devils range in Idaho. While dogs are allowed on the trail, they should always be on a leash. Anyone visiting the guard station during winter will have to use snowshoes, ski, or a snowmobile. To access this trail, hikers should obtain a Northwest Forest Pass.
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