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Cascade Creek

Central Cascades

Location

Central Cascades -- Blewett Pass
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Length

2.4 miles, one-way

Elevation

Gain: 2400 ft.
Highest Point: 6000 ft.

Rating

2.50 out of 5

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An overgrown and hard-to-follow trail in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Cascade Creek offers intrepid hikers backdoor access to Navaho Peak, and the possibility of loops in and all around the Teanaway area. 

Eight miles in on the Ingalls Creek trail is the turnoff for the Cascade Creek trail. This may be hard to spot since the trail hasn't seen maintenance in years. Be sure to have a map for navigating this. 

Crossing Ingalls Creek requires a ford, which can be quite dangerous in the spring, so be prepared. Once past, it's an overgrown climb up the Cascade Creek drainage to the more open talus fields and finally the pass just below Navaho Peak. To reach the peak, head left from the pass and follow the boot path to the summit. 

 

Cascade Creek

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.4470, -120.8104 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Central Cascades -- Blewett Pass

Cascade Creek (#1217)

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Wenatchee River Ranger District

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Getting There

From Cle Elum take Highway 970 east for 7 miles to Highway 97. Go north topping Blewett Pass. At milepost 178, turn left onto Ingalls Creek Road. Cross Peshastin Creek, bear left. The trailhead is at the road's end.

From Leavenworth, take Highway 2 east for 4 miles, then take a right onto Highway 97S and proceed for 7 miles before taking a right onto Ingalls Creek Road. Cross Peshastin Creek and bear left. The trailhead is at the road's end.

 

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