Area Status: Unknown
This trail begins at Teepee Trailhead and ends at Twin Buttes Trailhead to the southwest. Junctions with West Butte Trail #3138 and Butte Creek Trail #3107. This trail is maintained for foot and horse traffic only as it lies within the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness.
The trail drops steeply off the southwest direction from the Teepee Trailhead on the down ridge side. The first mile of the trail is steep with many switchbacks and large rock outcroppings. The trail then follows along East Fork of Butte Creek, and on to Twin Buttes. Or head up the West Fork of Butte Creek to the Godman area on West Butte Trail #3138. This trail is lightly used, so it offers seclusion to camping.
Practice Leave-No-Trace camping ethics. Pack all garbage out.
Topo Maps: Oregon Butte. Download free U.S. Forest Service Topo Maps here.
At a Glance
||01/07/16 Forest trails are not maintained and typically not accessible from late fall through late spring due to snow. Please call the local Ranger District Office for up-to-date information.
Wilderness restrictions apply
Trail closed to all motorized and mechanized equipment, including mountain bikes and carts.
Weed-free feed is required for stock animals.
A valid Recreation Pass is required at Teepee trailhead.
Pomeroy Ranger District
From Dayton, WA, take 4th street south off Highway 12 for about 4 blocks. Turn east onto the Eckler Mountain Road (also the road to the city cemetery). Follow the road about 15 miles. Where there is a stone monument at a Y in the road, turn right on to Kendall Skyline Road 46 for 12 miles to Godman Guard Station. Turn left below Godman on to Forest Service Road 4608. Take all main right turns for 5 miles to Teepee Trailhead.