A .5 mile looped Interpretive Trail greets visitors of all skill levels on this paved trail. It will guide you through stories of “Logging during the 1920s”. See an old log flume, explore the by gone railroad, and enjoy the ever-changing foliage you find along the path.
The parking area for the Log Flume Interpretive Trail #77 also provides access to the 1 mile paved (accessible) Canyon Creek Trail #93 connecting the Interpretive Site to the Canyon Creek Campground.
At a Glance
|Area Amenities:||Interpretive Site,Accessible,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking|
|Open Season:||Memorial Day Weekend - October 27|
|Closest Towns:||Kettle Falls, WA|
- Accessible trail
- USGS Map: Bangs Mountain
From Kettle Falls, WA: Travel U.S. Highway 395 to state Route 20. Follow state Route 20 for 10 miles to the East Portal Picnic area where the trailhead is located.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Day HikingRecreation areas with activity Day Hiking:
- Accessible trail that has benches and interpretive signs along the way.
|Difficulty Level:||Easy to Intermediate|
|Drinking water:||Surface water, must be treated|
Alerts & Warnings
- ORDER NO. 06-21-00-21-14 Public Use Restriction Stage 1
- ORDER NO. 06-21-00-21-02 Food Storage Order
- Trail update 7-20-2020
- ORDER NO. 06-00-00-20-02 Alcohol and Drug Prohibitions
- ORDER NO. 06-00-00-20-03 Explosives and Exploding Targets Prohibition
- Colville National Forest continues to restore access to closed areas
- Trout Lake trailhead