Suiattle River Road - Forest Service road 26

  

The Suiattle River Road is located northeast of Darrington and is a major route into the Glacier Peak Wilderness, accessing the Pacific Crest Trail and roughly 120 miles of hiking trails within the Suiattle River Watershed. The road provides scenic and pleasure driving and allows people to access areas to hunt, search for wild mushrooms, pick berries and gather other forest products. Tribal members use the road to reach areas and resources important for traditional cultural practices and exercise reserved Treaty rights.

Suiattle River Recreation Area Map

At a Glance

Current Conditions: The Suiattle River Road, (Forest Service road 26), is now open. Please plan your trips accordingly. Check road and trail status for updates, or call the Darrington Ranger Station.
Information Center: Darrington Ranger Station

General Information

Directions:

Follow State Route 530 east and then north out of Darrington, turn right onto Forest Service road 26 after crossing the Sauk River.


General Notes:

Please check current conditions at road and trail status to help plan your trip up the Suiattle River road.


General Notes:

Please check current conditions at road and trail status to help plan your trip up the Suiattle River road.


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
48.349576
  Longitude : 
-121.455359