Hall Mountain Trail #540

Area Status: Closed

This moderate 2.5 mile one way trail climbs accesses Hall Mountain which provides spectacular views.  Remnants of the lookout are found on the summit. Trailhead is only accessible July 1 through August 15. Provides access to Noisy Creek Trail #588, Hall Mountain-Grassy Top Trail #533, and Grassy Top Trail #503.

At a Glance

Area Amenities: Parking
Open Season: July 1 - August 15
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Metaline Falls, WA
Information Center: Trail Map provided by NEWashingtontrails.com

General Information


From the junction of the Sullivan Lake Road (County Road 9345) and  Forest Road 22 (Sullivan Creek) follow Road 22 for 3.1 miles to the junction of Forest Road 2200500 (Johns Creek).  Turn right onto 2200500 and follow it for 7 miles to the trailhead.  

From Metaline Falls, WA;  Head northeast on Grandview St toward International Selkirk Loop N/Lehigh Ave for 49 feet.  Turn right onto WA-31 N/International Selkirk Loop N/Lehigh Ave for 2.1 miles.  Turn right onto Sullivan Lake Rd for 4.8 miles.  Turn left onto NF-22/Sullivan Creek Rd for 3.2 miles.  Turn right onto NF-500 for 3.2 miles.  Turn right at NF-400 for 4.6 miles.  Destination will be on the right. 

Google map directions from Meatline Falls, WA

  • NOTE: Motorized access to the trailhead is limited to July 1 to August 15. 

Latitude 48.800349 Longitude -117.230554

General Notes:
  • USGS Map: Pass Creek

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Mountain Biking

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Day Hiking

  • Scenic views of surrounding mountain peaks.
Difficulty Level: Moderate


Difficulty Level: Moderate

Viewing Wildlife

  • Variety of wildlife ranging from common whitetail deer to endangered woodland caribou and threatened grizzly bear.
  • Other species of interest are bighorn sheep, moose, elk, mountain lion, black bear, gray wolf, bald eagle and other bird species.

Viewing Plants

  • Alpine plants, shrubs, trees.

Viewing Scenery

  • Spectacular views of surrounding peaks in the Selkirk Mountains.


Parking: Small parking area

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities



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5.1 miles

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