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Silver Falls Interpretive Trail

Central Cascades

Location

Central Cascades -- Entiat Mountains/Lake Chelan
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Length

1.2 miles, roundtrip

Elevation

Highest Point: 2400 ft.

Rating

2.00 out of 5

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Parking Pass/Entry Fee

Northwest Forest Pass
 
 

This trail, which loops through the trees on the shore of the Entiat River, provides a contrast to the popular and flashy Silver Falls Trail which leaves from virtually the same place.

Stay a night or two in the campground and leave directly from your tent to explore this trail, or make a day trip out of it and start with the falls, then follow the water down and along the Entiat River.

With a flat grade and plenty of benches and signs, this trail makes for a calming stroll through a beautiful area, no matter the occasion.

 

Silver Falls Interpretive Trail

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.9558, -120.5345 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Central Cascades -- Entiat Mountains/Lake Chelan

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Entiat Ranger District

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Getting There

From Wenatchee, travel north on Highway 97 for 14.4 miles until you reach the town of Entiat. Just after you cross a bridge over the Entiat River, turn left onto the Entiat River Road. Stay on this for 29.4 miles until you reach the Silver Falls Campground on your left. The Entiat River Road will turn into Forest Service Road 5100 1 mile before the campground. 

Parking Pass/Entry Fee

Northwest Forest Pass
 

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Silver Falls Interpretive Trail

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