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Big Creek Trail - No. 252

Contact Info
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
10024 US Hwy. 12
PO Box 670
Randle, WA

Phone:
360-497-1100
Basics
Location:
In the Sawtooth Area
Length:
2.4 miles
Elevation Range:
3400 feet to 4640 feet
Elevation Change:
1240 feet

Description

The Big Creek Trail begins on Road 8420 and climbs steeply to Big Creek and Cora Falls before reaching Cora Lake. Skirting the lake, it passes a junction with Teeley Creek Trail No. 251, enters a dense forest and climbs to its terminus on Road 8440. Features include Cora Falls, Cora Lake and High Rock.

No motorized use March 1 to June 30.

Details

Location:
In the Sawtooth Area
Length:
2.4 miles
Elevation Range:
3400 feet to 4640
Elevation Change:
1240

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