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Goodenough Peak

North Cascades


North Cascades -- Pasayten




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The trail to Goodenough Peak is part of the PNT (Pacific Northwest Trail). Nestled deep in the Pasayten, in this area hikers are few and far between, which means you get the expansive display of wildflowers all to yourself when you choose to go.

The trail can be muddy in the lower elevations, but higher up it dries out and improves. Vestiges of old farms can be found; ruins of a gate and fence lie near the trail, and the foundation of an old cabin hint at a past history in this area. Continue to the summit, hiking through trees until popping out just below the top onto exposed granite plateau. The views here are extensive, offering a great place to sit for minutes or hours.


Goodenough Peak

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North Cascades -- Pasayten

Colville National Forest, Tonasket Ranger District


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