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Ivanhoe Lake

Snoqualmie Region

Location

Snoqualmie Region -- Snoqualmie Pass
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Length

35.0 miles, roundtrip

Elevation

Highest Point: 5000 ft.

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Tucked deep in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Ivanhoe Lake is accessible via the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail from the west or the PCT and Dutch Miller Gap 1362 from the east side.

Set in bluffs and beautiful meadows, Lake Ivanhoe is a nice destination, but a difficult one to access. It's more than 14 miles from the Cathedral Pass or Salmon La Sac trailheads the junction with the Pacific Crest Trail, and then another 3.8 to the lake outlet. 

A bridge 3.5 miles from the intersection of the Pacific Crest Trail has collapsed and made the trail past this point inaccessible to stock. There are no campfires allowed within half a mile of Lake Ivanhoe.

 

Ivanhoe Lake

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.4092, -121.1038 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Snoqualmie Region -- Snoqualmie Pass

Dutch Miller Gap (#1362), Pacific Crest Trail (#2000)

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Cle Elum Ranger District

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Getting There

Drive I-90 to exit 80 signed for Roslyn/Salmon la Sac. Turn north onto State Route 903. You’ll drive for nearly 15 miles, skirting Cle Elum Lake before arriving at a Y-junction in the road near the Salmon La Sac Campground. Veer left onto Road 111, crossing the bridge over the Cle Elum River and following the sign for the Cooper River Trail. Arrive at the large trailhead in another half mile.

 

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