This 8.5 mile trail is rated as "more difficult." From Fourteen Mile Trailhead the trail goes through some state land then breaks out into open area. Scenic views of the east through lodgepole pine, trail then opens at the top of Horseshoe Mountain and then to Horseshoe Basin.
At a Glance
$5/vehicle/day or Northwest Forest Pass required at trailhead.
Wilderness use restrictions apply.
Directions: From Tonasket take Okanogan County Road 9437 (Hwy 7) north about 5.5 miles to County Road 9425. Turn east on County Road 9425 and travel about 12 miles to Loomis. From Loomis continue on County Road 9425 for about 2 miles to County Road 4066. Turn east County Road 4066, which becomes Forest Service Road 39 (Toats Coulee Road). Follow for 9 miles to Washington Department of Natural Resources Road T-1000. Follow this road for 5 miles to Fourteen Mile Trailhead.
See additional information under Backpacking.
Scenic views of the east through lodgepole pine, trail then opens at the top of Horseshoe Mountain and then to Horseshoe Basin.