Trail #3 Craggy Peak

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

This is a Multi-use Trail.

Winding through a tree plantation and along a forested ridge, this 5.3 mile trail offers glimpses of Mount Rainier and Shark Rock as well as stunning views of Mount Adams as it connects with Boundary Trail #1 near Craggy Peak, 5.3 miles from Wright Meadow Trail. 

The Craggy Peak Trail #3 starts at its intersection with Wright Meadow Trail #80 on Forest Road 9327. The trail climbs gently–first in a tree plantation, then along a forested ridge. After 2.5 miles you will come to the junction with the Stabler Camp Trail #17. As you continue, you will have glimpses of Mount Rainier and Shark Rock. One mile later, near the first small subalpine meadow, Blue Lake can be seen to the east, 400 feet below. A short distance further, Basin Camp Trail #3B drops into a glacial cirque lined with meadows and wildflowers. At the bottom is a good camping spot with water and stunning views of Mount Adams. Craggy Peak Trail connects with Boundary Trail #1 near Craggy Peak, 5.3 miles northeast from Wright Meadow.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 7/08/2017: Open
Closest Towns: Northwoods, WA
Water: Treat all non potable water before consuming.
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Mount Adams Ranger District

General Information

Directions:

Trail can be accessed from Forest Road 9327-040 spur or Boundary Trail #1.

From Cougar, WA head northeast on Lewis River Road/ Forest Road 90 for about 18 miles. Then go left on Forest Road 25 and follow for another 5.5 miles. Then stay right on Forest Road 93 for 13 miles and go left on Forest Road 9327 and follow to the 040 spur.


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