Provides access to: Andrews Creek Trail #504 within Pasayten Wilderness.
This forested trailhead near Andrews Creek is popular with horse riders, has a stock ramp, hitch-rails, and adequate parking for stock trailers. This trailhead gives access to the Pasayten Wilderness.
At a Glance
||For current trail conditions go to; http://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/okawen/alerts-notices
||Interpretive Site,Fee charged for some activities,Picnic tables,Toilets,Parking
||A recreation pass required. $5/vehicle/day Northwest Forest Pass can be purchased from a self-pay station provided at the trailhead.i
||Free, self issues Pasayten Wilderness permits are required and available at the trailhead.
||July - July
||Wilderness regulations apply. Certified weed-free hay required on national lands (processed granins okay).
||No potable water
||Vault Toilet (1)
||A Recreation Pass is required. ($5/vehicle/day Northwest Forest Pass can be purchased from a self-pay station provided at the trailhead).
||Methow Valley Ranger District.
Parking area has stock ramps, and hitch-rails available.
Forest Service Road 51 is a snowcovered, groomed snowmobile route December 1 to April 1. This road is closed to motorized wheeled vehicles December 1 to April 1.
From Winthrop travel on State Route 20 turning right onto Okanogan Country Road 1213 (West Chewuch Road). Drive 6 miles where county road joins with Forest Service Road 51. Drive for 22 miles to the end of the paved road then turn right for parking at the Andrews Creek Trailhead (some parking to the left).