The Boulder Barrier Free Trail is a loop trail that begins at Boulder Cave picnic area shelter
Great views. Alpine meadows. This campground is located in the Hart's Pass Area, near the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail. No trailers allowed on Forest Road 5400 to Hart's Pass (very narrow road).
The Domke Lake National Recreation Trail is a comfortable 1 ½ hour hike to Domke Lake. Plan to take water for the trip. The trail is well maintained. Vista points for viewing upper Lake Chelan are located at ½ mile and 1 mile points. The ½ mile view is worth the extra weight of a camera to photograph. Domke Lake Campground and Hatchery Camp are located on Domke Lake, along with a small cabin and boat rentals resort. There are six campsites at Domke Lake Campground with tables, fire grates, outhouses, and plenty of area to pitch tents. Hatchery Camp is only accessible by water or by cross – country. There are two sites at Hatchery Camp, with tables, fire grates, and a toilet. Fishing is excellent from boats.
The Boulder Cave Trail begins at the parking lot of the picnic area and climbs gradually for 3/4 of a mile and then descends to the cave entrance. The trail then leads 400' through the cave and then climbs steeply out of the canyon to the main trail. There are interpretive signs along the trail explaining the geology of the area, plants, animals, and fire history.