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Gloyd Seeps - South

Central Washington

Location

Central Washington -- Potholes Region
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Length

1.6 miles, one-way

Elevation

Highest Point: 1200 ft.

Rating

2.67 out of 5

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The Gloyd Seeps Wildlife Area is part of the Columbia Basin Wildlife Area. This southern unit is disconnected from the main Gloyd Seeps area to the north. This is a popular fishing access off of Highway 17 with a short trail running along the edge of Rocky Ford Creek.

 

Gloyd Seeps - South

Map & Directions

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Co-ordinates: 47.2625, -119.4581 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Central Washington -- Potholes Region

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Columbia Basin Wildlife Area

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Guidebooks & Maps

Best Desert Hikes: Washington (Bauer & Nelson - Mountaineers Books)

Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Moses Lake

Getting There

From the town of Ephrata head south on A Street for 0.7 mile. At the traffic circle, turn left onto Highway 282 for 4.6 miles, then take a slight right onto Highway 17 for about a mile to a small parking area on the right. Parking for about 10 cars.

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Gloyd Seeps - South

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