Catherine Creek Loop

Area Status: Not Cleared
  
 

This 1.9 mile loop, northeast of the Catherine Creek Trailhead, offers spectacular wildflower viewing during the spring and passes within sight of a natural arch. The vicinity surrounding the arch is closed to protect resources and is marked off by a fence. Please help keep it nice for the next generation, and do not enter the closed area. 

At the moment, the trail on the ground is a user-created trail, which was approved for visitor use during the planning process for this site. However, it has not yet been officially built by the Forest Service so it is not signed or maintained according to Forest Service standards.

Watch for poison oak, ticks, and rattlesnakes.  

Note: Horses are not permitted on this trail. Dogs must be on leash year round. 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Expect snow and ice. This trail has been not officially finished by the Forest Service so you may encounter obstacles.
Fees No fee.
Restrictions:
  • Do not cross the fencing near the natural arch, as the area is closed to protect sensitive resources.
  • Bikes are prohibited on this trail.
  • Horses prohibited on this trail.
  • Dogs must be on leash year round. 
Closest Towns: White Salmon and Lyle, WA
Water: No
Operated By: Forest Service

Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

At the moment, the trail on the ground is a user-created trail, which was approved for visitor use during the planning process for this site. However, it has not yet been officially built by the Forest Service so it is not signed or maintained according to Forest Service standards.



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